Become a supporter
cycle.travel now has Ordnance Survey maps
Plan multi-day adventures easily
Thanks to Swaledale Outdoor Club!
We’re now in Australia and New Zealand too
Stick to tarmac with our new routing option
cycle.travel expands to Scandinavia and Eastern Europe
Smart Turns – new on cycle.travel's route-planner
River Rhone becomes latest Euro route
Coming soon: red lights that turn green for bikes
America’s longest rail trail escapes the axe
The Worcester Racecourse path provides a great way into the centre without touching the main roads.
From Northwick, National Cycle Network route 46 follows residential roads to the northern end…
The Worcester & Birmingham Canal provides a direct, traffic-free route past Worcester city centre. It’s well surfaced throughout, though often narrow. Take particular care by the locks, where the towpath…
Post-war redevelopment wasn’t kind to Worcester. Cars race between the traffic lights and junctions on the city centre ‘relief roads’ of City Walls Road and Deansway, making the…
Worcester was built around a crossing of the River Severn, and the river still defines the city’s geography today. Two riverside paths head south from Worcester Bridge towards Diglis, where…
A CTC survey showed York to be the safest place to cycle in Britain, and just a few minutes in the town will demonstrate that it’s much less stressful than…
Made in the Cotswolds. Published by Éditions Système D Ltd.
Privacy & cookies · About us ·
Advertise accommodation ·
Other advertising ·
Feedback forum · Contact us
Log in with your cycle.travel account:
Or simply use your account on:
Sign up · Forgotten password?