Nottinghamshire has more than 650 miles of countryside and urban cycle routes and some fantastic cycling-specific facilities.
Get on your bike
Plan your route with CycleStreets cycle journey planner.
Three routes on the National Cycle Network run through Nottinghamshire:
- Route 6 from Nottingham to Worksop or Derby
- Route 64 from Bingham to Lincoln
- Route 15 from Nottingham to Bingham.
Explore Nottingham is a programme of free, guided cycle rides around Nottingham (from March to October).
Trains and stations
If you're taking your bike on a train, National Rail provide information about:
Cycling rights of way
Please be considerate of other public rights of way users and to care for the land and the needs of owners and occupiers. For further information, see the Countryside Code.
Find out about the different types of right of way and which you can use a bicycle on.
Bikeability cycle training
Bikeability is today’s cycle training programme. It’s like cycling proficiency, but better! It’s about gaining practical skills and understanding how to cycle on today's roads. Bikeability gives everyone the skills and confidence for all kinds of cycling.
There are sessions to suit all riders, from absolute beginners to those who want to improve their technique - Balance Bikes, Learn to Ride, Cycle Skills and Bikeability Level 1, 2 and 3 courses are held at venues around the county.
Visit the Bikeability website to find out more. Alternatively, contact the Bikeability team:
- telephone: 0115 9774373
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Report a problem
If you've encountered a problem while out cycling, please report it to us:
- cycle lane problem (urban areas with blue cycle route signs)
- right of way problem (countryside, waterside tracks).