Cycling in London can be a bit scary at first, but if you know where to go it’s a lot of fun. Before you jump on your bike see our tips here. You can even order free cycle guides here.

Traffic free routes

If you don’t feel too confident riding in traffic, there are a few car-free paths such as the Thames Path and bankside, the Greenway or Regent’s Canal & River Lee. London also offer some great parks and green spaces to cycle: Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, Richmond Park, Victoria Park & Mile End, Greenwich Park, Battersea Park, the Olympic Park and Lee Valley Park are the main ones.

In traffic

London does not possess cycle lanes except the Cycle Superhighways which are routes running from the outer of the city into and across Central London, they are blue. When you cycle in traffic, use the bus lanes or ride on the left of the road.


Our routes

Here are some of our routes.