Gets you cycling around the country.
Are you a British Cycling member? If so they have some rides. There is a great ride from Bala over to Lake Vyrnwy and back taking in great countryside and some steep climbs.
Have you got a garmin? Only asking as you can then download routes or design your own using garmin connect, map my ride etc
In reply to jules699:
Sustrans sell maps with routes on which are also signposted on the ground. just bought the one for York and Hull £6.99 which has several routes on the Yorkshire wolds. It has more detail than a road map and seems better than an O.S. map for road cycling.
But those routes (at least the ones shown on their website, I've not seen the hard copy maps) include sections of gravelled and dirt tracks that are awful on a road bike, and the maps helpfully don't provide you with any way of knowing this without going there and finding out. Which seems like a fairly substantial flaw to me...
I tried to follow Sustrans route 20 from outside London once (thought it would make a good route to Brighton), but some of it was totally unrideable. Sometimes because it's offroad and not suitable for a road bike, and sometimes because the bits on paths next to the main roads are completely overgrown. I found it very strange really, like all they had done was publish a map rather than actually make a route for cycling on.
In reply to victim of mathematics:
The map I've got which has Yorkshire Wolds route one which has a short off road bit but it clearly states that it is off road and it is very easy to find an on road alternative to this.