Useful Links

Quick links to national and local cycling organisations.


British CyclingHSBC UK Breeze offers fun, free bike rides for women of all abilities across the

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British CyclingIf you are looking for a cycling club for your children, do look at the HSBC UK Go-Ride programme – with over 350 children’s cycling clubs across the
CyclingUKFind likeminded people in your area with a range of different cycling events and
British Cycling / LetsRideUKA guide to some great free cycling festivals, local cycle groups, Ready Steady Ride for kids, organised rides in major towns across the UK, as well as ‘pop-up’
Modeshift & Modeshift STARSExpert advice on all aspects of sustainable travel planning. And a national accreditation scheme for schools with annual Awards


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CyclingUKIf you are looking to plan a cycle journey, Cycling UK have a fantastic tool to
British Cycling / LetsRideUKIf you are looking for pre-existing cycle routes, risk assessed and tried out, do explore this collection of brilliant bike routes across the UK from British
SustransThe National Cycle Network is a national network of miles of signposted routes for walking and cycling. On the website you can filter routes by region, distance and whether they’re traffic free.Find a route on the National Cycle Network
SustransTraffic-free guides for Wales, Scotland, South West England, South East England & the Midlands, aimed at families are available to download, for free. Sustrans hopes to have UK-wide coverage before too long!Get your traffic free guide


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CyclingUKMore cycling advice than you can shake a stick at from Cycling UK, which should answer every question you ever had about
SustransSolid advice on cycling with children and as a family from
CyclingUKHow to select the right size bike for your
HalfordsGreat practical video from Halfords on how to fit a cycle
HalfordsGreat practical video on how to repair a puncture from
British CyclingA useful guide with tips on starting cycling with
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