Nottinghamshire has more than 550 miles of countryside and urban cycle routes, as well as some great cycling facilities.
Although coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions are easing, remember to keep your distance from other cyclists and walkers, keeping two metres apart wherever possible.
If it’s been a while since you’ve got your bike out, it may need checking over. Take a look at our cycling tips videos on how to repair a puncture, getting the correct seat height, safer cycling, or have a look at our cycling gear checklist:
You can plan your journey by bicycle using the links below, or take a look at the National Cycle Network or Greater Nottingham map (sustrans.org.uk)
Please see the information below, to help plan your cycle route around Nottinghamshire, or check what you need with our cycling gear checklist.
12.8km of walk and cycle routes are being built to help you travel safely.
Did you know 3 routes on the National Cycle Network pass through Nottinghamshire?
Plan your route with CycleStreets cycle journey planner
Road or pavement problem? Report it here.
Electronic cycle maps
Local cycle maps for each of the seven districts in Nottinghamshire are available for you to view or download below:
Cycling for leisure can be very relaxing and is a great way to keep fit or lose weight. Our Routes and Rides booklet 1 [PDF] and Routes and Rides booklet 2 [PDF] have ideas for journeys by bike, on foot, or horse trails.