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Cross-town: north-south via racecourse

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…

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Cross-town: north-south via the canal

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…

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The roads

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…

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Cycle routes

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…

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Danger spots

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…

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