Get cycling

No matter who you are or what your journey, cycling is a great way to travel, while saving you money and keeping fit.

Whether it's travelling from A to B, getting some exercise, or a day out, cycling and walking is a great way to support your mental and physical health.

Cycling and walking can also save you time and money, and it helps reduce air pollution and congestion, helping make our villages, towns and cities better places to live and work.  

 

Traveling by bike not only boosts people’s health and saves money, it also brings wider environmental and economic benefits.

Councillor Kim Groves

How we can help you cycle and walk more

  1. Woman cycling on segregated route

    Our routes

    From segregated routes running alongside the road to canal towpaths and greenways, we've got a variety of options for you to choose from.

    Read more about Our routes
  2. Woman in red jacket cycling in the drizzle

    Top tips for winter cycling

    Shorter days and a change in the weather can seem like an easy excuse to put your bike away until spring, but following just a few simple tips will make staying in the saddle this winter as easy as riding a bike.

    Read more about Top tips for winter cycling
  3. Woman with child on bike

    Family cycling

    We’ve teamed-up with Bradford-based cycling coach Emily Groves, who has a wealth of experience in teaching children to ride a bike, on a series of videos aimed at helping you and your family enjoy cycling together.

    Read more about Family cycling
  4. Man leaning over handlebars of bike in winter

    Adult cycle training

    *** Please note: our free socially distant sessions with a qualified cycling instructor are currently on hold while the new national restrictions for England are in place. ***

    Read more about Adult cycle training