Cycling

Cycle maps, bike rides, cycle parking and advice. Get started and enjoy cycling in Liverpool.

As the national Active Travel and Green Sustainable Travel Corridors initiatives take off, you can expect to see more improvements to cycling and walking in the Liverpool City Region (LCR).

Find out more about LCR travel initiatives

 

Get involved

  • Two boys on bikes

    Get started

    New to cycling and need some training? Does your bike need a new lease of life? There's plenty of help available.

    Find free courses and more

  • Liverpool cycle lane

    Plan your route

    Looking for cycle routes in Liverpool and beyond? Planning a leisurely ride or something more challenging? 

    View our cycle route maps

  • Man and woman enjoying cycling in the park

    Events and rides

    Regular beginners and social rides, as well as competitive events in and around Liverpool.

    Find events and rides

  • Hire a bike

    Hire a Citybike from stations across the city, plus free tandems for people with special needs or disabilities.

    Bike hire in Liverpool

  • Male cyclist negotiates traffic

    Park your bike

    Information about bike stands in the city, as well as how to take your bike with you on public transport.

    Parking and public transport

  • Wheel of bike in need of repair

    Bike recycling

    Do you have a bike you can donate or know a group that needs bikes for community use?

    Groups that recycle bikes

  • West Derby Road pop-up cycle lane

    Pop-up cycle lanes

    Seven new temporary pop-up cycle lanes have been created in Liverpool. 

    More about pop-up lanes

  • Cyclist on the roads Liverpool suburbs

    Local cycle projects

    Projects that work with local businesses, schools and community groups to encourage cycling in Liverpool.

    Cycling in the community

  • Man and boy cycling in a park

    Travel initiatives

    Find out about Active Travel and the Green Sustainable Corridors Projects, that will benefit cycling and walking in the Liverpool City Region.

    Travel initiatives