Can you cycle on Cambridge Busway?

Cycling along the Guided Busway It is blacktopped over its entire length and can be used by horse riders (St Ives to Milton Road, Cambridge only), pedestrians and cyclists.

Is Cambridge safe for cycling?

We strongly recommend it. If you’re going to cycle in Cambridge there are a few things to bear in mind for happy cycling and harmonious interactions with others. No cycling is allowed. You may not enter while cycling unless ‘Except cycles’ is also displayed.

Why do so many people cycle in Cambridge?

“Cycling in Cambridge offers an excellent opportunity to admire the city’s open spaces, and beautiful architecture.” Such avid reliance on pedal power has prompted the powers-that-be to open the public purse and create plenty of bike-friendly infrastructure.

Can you cycle the Nidderdale way?

This short and sweet ride passes wildflower meadows, gorgeous woodland and golden wheat fields. On its 4-mile length you’ll travel over the stunning Grade 2-listed, seven-arch Nidd Gorge Viaduct. This is a wonderful place to pause and admire the views.

Where can I cycle in Cambridge?

Cycle Routes in Cambridge

  • Cambridge to Waterbeach. Length: 6.5 miles. This scenic cycle route will take you from the heart of Cambridge to the gorgeous village of Waterbeach.
  • Wicken Fen Nature Reserve. Length: 18 miles.
  • Wimpole Way. Length: 11 miles.
  • Cambridge to St Ives. Length: 12 miles.
  • Gog Magog. Length: 11 miles.

Can you cycle along the cam?

Starting in the heart of Cambridge, follow National Cycle Network (NCN) Route 11 along the bank of the river Cam away from the City Centre through Jesus Green and Midsummer Common. This route is very well signed.

Is Cambridge UK bike friendly?

In fact, Cambridge boosts of 80 miles worth of cycle lanes. If you’re unsure about your route and whether it will be bike-friendly, CamCycle provides a number of maps on their website which you can download to find which areas are best for cycling.

How many bikes are in Cambridge?

Not really. But Cambridge is brimming with cyclists, and a recent cycle count conducted by Cambridge Cycling Campaign found that in the space of 30 minutes on a Thursday morning, 475 cyclists rode up or down Downing Street.

How long is the Nidderdale way?

53 mile
The Nidderdale Way is a 53 mile (85 km) walk through the wonderful landscape of Nidderdale. It is traditionally walked in four stages, none of which is longer than 15 miles, so there is plenty of time to take in the many interesting features along the way, including Ripley Castle, Brimham Rocks and How Stean Gorge.

Can you cycle the Knaresborough round?

This is a circular cycle route from Knaresborough to Goldsborough and Flaxby, then back to Knaresborough. It can be done as an extension to a ride from Harrogate to Knaresborough on the Beryl Burton cycleway. This route starts from the east end of Abbey Road. The ride is on quiet roads and off-road.

Can you cycle along the River Cam?

The route starts on the River Cam in Cambridge and heads along the river and National Cycle route 11 before joining National Cycle Route 51 near Fen Ditton. A series of quiet country roads and off road paths take you to Burwell where you join National Cycle route 11 turning North West.

Can you cycle around Milton Country Park?

You Can Bike Too is an award winning, all-ability cycling project delivered at Milton Country Park and the only project of its kind in Cambridge. There are a wide range of bikes to suit individuals or groups which are great fun to try.