Win a Brompton Electric Bike with Yeo Valley

Get on Yeo Bike

Tuesday 26th October 2021

Win a Brompton Electric Bike with Yeo Valley Organic
Win a Brompton Electric Bike (This bike has been customised)

With the days getting colder and shorter, getting outside is still as important as ever.

Cycling is something that the whole family can enjoy! And with our latest On-Pack competition giving you a chance to win a Brompton electric bike, there’s no better time to reconnect with cycling.

From blowing away the cobwebs to getting you outside, there are lots of benefits to cycling. Did you know that cycling can decease stress levels, improve joint mobility, and raise your metabolic rate? (1)

We’ve had a think and pulled together some of our favourite cycle routes in the Somerset region:


Langford Heathfield

This nature reserve in Somerset will not only give you some great views of wildlife, but their 3km and 1km woodland trails are perfect for a shorter cycling trip.

Langford Heathfield, is the Somerset Wildlife Trust’s second largest reserve, which means the woods are full of wildlife. A great place to visit with children or to try some bird spotting!


Bristol Docks Loop

If you prefer to be in the city, then this short route takes you around Bristol’s famous docks and to the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

As you cycle along a pedestrian route, it’s perfect for beginner riders and those who prefer smoother routes. You can also stop along the way and visit one of the many cafés for a quick refreshment.


Bath to Midsomer Norton

This 17-mile cycle route takes you along some beautiful scenery around Somerset. Starting in Bath centre, get out of the hustle and bustle of city life by following National Cycle Route 4 along the River Avon and the Avon Canal. This route finishes in the lovely Midsomer Norton.


Cheddar Bikes Hire

A great way to explore the hillier cycle routes in Somerset is with an e-bike. Cheddar Bikes Hire provide e-bikes and bikes for hire to explore Cheddar Gorge and the Mendips Hills.

You can also look at their recommended cycle routes that range from 2 hours to 5 hours, catering for all your cycling needs.


Somerset Cycle Groups

If you need to motivation of others to get you cycling, then there a plenty of cycle groups in Somerset which you can join! From Bath, to Yeovil and Weston – there’s a group for everyone to join. You can even sign up your teens, and get them away from their screens for an afternoon.


If you’d like to have a go at planning your own route, here’s the full list of cycle routes in Somerset: Walking and cycling maps (

When you’re out and about on your bike, don’t forget the necessary essentials! Pack some water and snacks, like our Little Yeo pouches, always wear a helmet and ensure you have planned your route beforehand.

Or share your favourite route in the comments! Make sure you tag us on social media when you’re out and about, we’d love to see where you end up! – @yeovalley


(1) Cycling – health benefits – Better Health Channel

Comments on “Get on Yeo Bike”

  • I need to exercise and can no longer run so this would be perfect for me

    Gordon on 21st January 2022 at 11:23 am

  • Would love to win as it would get me out and about more often into the fresh air and to excercise more often outdoors.

    Jean Harris on 17th January 2022 at 12:20 pm

  • Nice, my step son will love it

    Kyveli Vagner on 7th November 2021 at 7:51 am

  • Ideal! Just make sure he’s link with you!

    Anonymous on 3rd November 2021 at 11:10 am

  • Ideal for summer time or time spent with your old Nan and grandad!

    Anonymous on 3rd November 2021 at 11:09 am

  • Ideal for summery walks and often Autumn rambles.

    Anonymous on 3rd November 2021 at 11:07 am

  • If only these rides were in Norfolk x x x

    Karen on 2nd November 2021 at 9:05 pm

  • The Strawberry Line cycle route between Yatton and Cheddar is one of my favourite off-road cycle paths. Following the old railway line, it’s level and passes through some beautiful countryside.

    Jane on 2nd November 2021 at 8:37 pm

  • Brill……..Wish I was able to take advantage. Am sure it will encourage many to go exploring.
    Well done.

    John Rose on 2nd November 2021 at 4:02 pm

  • Thanks

    Baljinder Kooner on 2nd November 2021 at 11:57 am

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