We’ve filmed routes across the region to help you discover and navigate your local network of low traffic routes, which can be quicker, have less traffic and greener than cycling on road.
Festival Way is direct off-road route connecting Nailsea to the heart of Bristol, with an option to link through the grounds of Ashton Court Estate to Clifton.
Malago Greenway is a direct South Bristol route connecting the city centre with Bedminster, Knowle West, Hengrove and Hartcliffe.
Frome Valley Greenway
Frome Valley Greenway is a route that goes through Eastville Park, Stapleton, Snuff Mills, Stoke Park Estate towards UWE Frenchay and Cheswick Village.
Wesley Way is a valuable East Bristol link connecting the city centre towards Kingswood, St George and Redfield.
Portway is a direct and mostly traffic-free cycle route connecting Avonmouth and Shirehampton to the city centre, via Hotwells and The Portway.
The Concorde Way is a popular urban route string from Bristol city centre, via St Pauls, St Werburghs, Ashley Down, Lockleaze, Ashley Down, Cheswick Village, Stoke Gifford, Bradley Stoke out to Cribbs Causeway.
Filwood Greenway is a direct South Bristol route connecting the city centre with Victoria Park, Totterdown, Filwood and Hengrove.
Southmead Quietway is a signed cycle route from ‘The Arches’ on Zetland Road, taking a quieter road direct to Southmead Hospital.
River Avon Trail
The River Avon Trail is a traffic-free route from Temple Meads along the River Avon connecting Netham Lock, Crews Hole, Troopers Hill and Hanham.