Dawes Duchess Combining classic looks with modern stying the Dawes Duchess is the bike to be seen riding about town. It's fitted with all the essentials such as comfortable websprung saddle with matching grips, a ratten eff ...
The seaside town of Exmouth is found at the end of the Jurassic Coast world heritage site and is bordered by the Exe Estuary and the East Devon area of outstanding natural beauty. Exmouth is surrounded by beautiful countryside and coast, making it an ideal holiday centre and base for cycling.
Exmouth Cycles is conveniently situated close to the Exe Estuary Trail and the Buzzard Cycle Route, both of which offer traffic-free cycling over gentle gradients. There is a cycle path along the two-mile seafront at Exmouth, linking the town to Orcombe Point, the start of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The Exe Estuary Trail links Exmouth with Topsham, and a cycle bridge over the River Clyst at Topsham is estimated for completion in October 2011, linking to cycle routes in and around Exeter. The Buzzard route is an 82-mile circular route around East Devon, taking in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, one of a series of large-scale routes using largely quiet country lanes to tour East and Mid Devon.
Other cycling highlights in the area include nearby Woodbury Common which offers adventurous cyclists great cross-country trails over steeper ground. Haldon Forest Park, operated by the Forestry Commission, is about 40 minutes' drive away from Exmouth and offers a range of trails from easy to extreme set in 3,500 acres of forest. The National Trust has set up a 5km route around the Killerton Estate at Broadclyst in East Devon.