Cycling in the West of England
If you haven’t ridden a bike in years, or have never cycled at all – we can help you find all the resources you need to ride a bike for commuting, health, fitness and fun. Including, free loan bikes, adult cycle training and trip planning. Run by local councils.
Try our cycle planner
Find a route that suits you!
Healthier, faster, more sustainable.
Better by bike.
I bike it, I like it!
Get inspired to start cycling or remind yourself about all the wonderful benefits of cycling – from your own health to the positive impact on the environment. Read more about why cycle!
There are 75 Miles of cycling Commuter Routes in Bristol.
Cycle training can significantly improve confidence, as well as safety.
Every day, cycling in Bristol takes up to 28,000 cars off the road.
BikeLife Bristol 2019
28% of Bristol residents cycle at least once a week, 23% don’t cycle but would like to
BikeLife Bristol 2019
Cycling through Gloucester Road, Bristol.
Cycling through Portishead.
Cycling through The Arches, Bristol.
Cycling through Bathampton, Bath.
Discover Our favourite local rides:
View it on a map, learn more and download printable PDF’s..
Bristol to Bath Railway Path
Brean Down Way
Join us at cycling events
There are many local cycling events, find one for yourself and enjoy!
Events for everyone
Learn to ride, open sessions and organised events for all the family.
Take on the challenge of a longer distance ride with others.
Discover local cycling activities to meet other people who like to ride
ways to get a bike
There are so many ways to get a bike, discover one that suits you best.
Get confidence visit a cycling centre
Discover charities and organisations with a range of specially adapted bikes and training sessions aimed at a wide range of people to help get back on a bike!
Cycle training for adults
Getting back on a bike can be daunting at first, which is why we can help with on road adult cycle training and accompanied rides to give you the skills and confidence to ride a bike on busy urban and rural roads.
Completion of Cumberland Road stabilisation works
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Gaol Ferry Bridge to reopen on 8 September
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Portway Park & Ride station officially opens
The new £5.8 million Portway Park & Ride station was launched today (Monday 31 July), ahead of its opening to the public tomorrow (Tuesday 1 …
Second public meeting ahead of Clevedon scheme review
People living in Clevedon have a second opportunity to hear about the independent review of the recent Hill Road and The Beach active travel scheme.