Hertfordshire has lots of cycle routes to explore. Whether you are new to cycling or an experienced cyclist, we can point you in the right direction for your needs. The information below will let you know where you need to look to find out about joining led cycle rides, finding cycle route maps, learning how to ride, bike maintenance, where you can ride adapted bikes, and last but not least, where you can join a cycling club (if you wish to do so!).

Led cycle rides

If you would like to cycle with others on a social basis, visit the Lets Ride website to find out about organised led rides that are happening all across Hertfordshire.

If you would prefer women only rides, why not try Breeze rides?

Hertfordshire cycling routes

Hertfordshire County Council have mapped all of the best cycling routes in Hertfordshire. You can watch them on their YouTube channel. They also have a Hertfordshire map with cycle routes clearly marked on it. You can email them to request a free map or download a version.

The Countryside Management Service has information on lots of cycling routes in Hertfordshire and includes:

  • how long the route is
  • the time it will take to cycle it
  • what level of ability you will need to be

Cycle hubs

Cycle hubs aim to provide a meeting place for cyclists and non-cyclists to catch up over coffee and cake, go on social, guided rides, hire bikes, run learn to ride courses and much more. They encourage people to begin cycling, or those who want to ride with company and encouragement of others. Learn about our cycle hubs below:

Watford Cycle Hub
Dacorum  Cycle Hub
Stevenage Cycle Hub
Leavesden Cycle Hub

Find a cycling club

There are many cycling clubs around Hertfordshire that are suitable for different abilities. Click here to be linked to the cycle club directory.

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