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Cycling in Gloucestershire

We have a great network of quiet roads and lanes in the country. Most of our main urban areas are relatively flat and compact.

The Forest of Dean offers some of the best off-road trails in the country. Check out some information by following these links:

Do you have a favourite place to cycle in Gloucestershire? Contact us herewe would love to hear from you.

  • To make your journey easier and ease congestion check here for local road works.

Cyclist

Cycling is a great way to have fun and stay fit at any age. It’s also a brilliant way to get around our county, whether for work or for leisure. At the Gloucestershire Road Safety Team we want to make...

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Road Legal

Cycling

The Law & Highway Code The Highway Code covers cycling. These rules cover the things that cyclists SHOULD do, as well as the things that they MUST do. Some of the things cyclists MUST do: At night, cycles must have a...

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Adult and Workplace Training

Cycle training is not just for children. Any adult, regardless of their experience, can gain useful skills in a couple of hours with our qualified instructors. And you may even get rid of a few bad habits too. Here you can find...

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Bikeability Training

The Gloucestershire Road Safety Team offer every school age child over 9yrs the chance to do cycle training, delivered through the Bikeability scheme. The Bikeability scheme has had some great benefits. Click on the image below to find out more: Give youngsters the...

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Enjoying the Benefits of Cycling

A bike can be an enjoyable, economical and healthy choice for short journeys. Did you know that people who cycle more than one hour a week are half as likely to have heart problems as those who don’t cycle at...

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FAQ – Cyclist

Isn’t cycling dangerous? It’s far less dangerous than many think. There are no more fatalities per million miles for cycling than there are for walking.  For young people, especially young men, there is a lower risk of dying while cycling...

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