Shown here are both official and unofficial cycle routes within Glasgow, along with some other suggested links.
NB: Not to scale.
The National Cycle Network Routes 7 and 75 run through Glasgow, linking north and south, or east and west respectively. Route 7 takes in the Loch Lomond cycle path, and Route 75 the Clyde Walkway, while both routes share a common section of route between Glasgow and Johnstone, including through Pollok Park.
The Forth & Clyde Canal crosses the north of the city, running from Bowling and Glasgow to Falkirk and Grangemouth. The Glasgow Branch comes close to the city centre at Spiers Wharf.
The Glasgow to Cumbernauld Cycle Route starts near the city centre at Townhead running through Sighthill Park and then follows on-road cycle lanes out of the city.
The Kelvin Cycleway runs through the West End, linking Kelvingrove Park to Maryhill Park via an off-road path. The Kelvin Walkway continues beyond here but is not suitable for cycling due to numerous stiles and a very rough surface. The Colleges Cycle Route also crosses the West End, linking Strathclyde University and Cowcaddens to Jordanhill and Yoker via Glasgow University, mainly on-road.