There are lots of fantastic, family-friendly routes for you to explore (many of which are traffic-free) around the country. The secret is knowing where they are and how to get to them as a family! Listed below are some useful initial sources of information about where to ride.
|How to plan your bicycle journey||Cycling UK||Journey Planner|
|Cycling guides for every county||Cycling UK||County by County Guides|
|Lots of route suggestions||Cycling UK||140 route suggestions|
|A guide to current cycle routes||Cycling UK||Guide to published cycle routes|
|Where can you eat, visit and stay when on your bicycle||Cycling UK||Cycle Friendly places to eat, stay and visit|
|Search the National Cycle Network, over 16000 miles of roads, including some off-road (traffic free) and other family-friendly routes||Sustrans||The National Cycle Network|
|Hints and tips about where to go; camping/cycling adventures; themed rides; favourite routes and lots more||Sustrans||Family Cycle Routes|
|Suggestions for where to go for family bike rides||The National Trust||Great places for a family bike ride|
|Suggestions for beginner rides||The National Trust||Bike rides for beginners|
|Suggestions for family-friendly cycle routes||Cycle Sprog||Where to go cycling with the family|
|A cycle route search facility||British Cycling||Family friendly cycle routes|
|Guides to some of the best family cycling routes available in the UKs National Parks||National Parks||Family Cycling Routes|
|How to travel by train with your bikes||Cycling UK||Travelling by train with your bike|
These registered Bikeability providers have said they deliver Bikeability training in your area, either through scheduled courses or in response to individual requests. If your local authority provides Bikeability, their details are at the top of the list.
Please contact any of the listed providers by email or phone to discuss your training needs.close