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What a difference a bridge makes. Cycling in the ‘Faithful City’ is now easier and more enjoyable than ever, thanks to a stunning new bridge over the River Severn at Diglis. Motorists are corralled into two river crossings; cyclists have four to choose from.

There’s a brace of cycle paths, locally known as ‘Pedways’, including recently upgraded routes beside the Severn and along the canal, and more are being developed – including a safe route to Malvern. Worcester’s main roads aren’t great for cyclists, but with a little planning, a bike is the best way to get about.

“Bike market” comes to Worcester

Thursday 29 May

We’ve all heard of car boot sales – now here’s the cycling equivalent. At the Bicycle Basket Bazaar, to be held in Worcester on June 21st, artists and traders will…

Riverside path to be upgraded

Monday 12 May

Worcester City Council is to upgrade the Severnside path at Diglis, between the oil dock and river locks, for cyclists and walkers. The path will link to the new Diglis…

David Cameron opens Cotswold Line Cycle Route

New Monday 28 April

Prime Minister David Cameron braved downpours on Friday to open the latest addition to the National Cycle Network, the Cotswold Line Cycle Route. The 77-mile route runs from Oxford…

Tour of Britain comes to Worcester… as Wiggo goes to Ambridge

Thursday 13 March

The full route for 2014’s Tour of Britain hasn’t been announced yet, but Worcester City Council has let slip that the Faithful City will be hosting a stage. Worcester will host the start of…

Car-free offices are good news for cycling

Wednesday 27 November

A new office development is to take place in central Worcester, with 500 new jobs – but not a single car parking space. The employers, social housing firm Sanctuary Group,…