Get out & about on cycling routes in Worcestershire & find road & off-road cycling paths. Don’t have a push bike? There are several bike shops offering cycle hire. Discover cycle friendly accommodation, cycle tours & trips or spend a few days in the saddle with the best cycling holidays in Worcestershire.
Cycling in Worcestershire is one of the most enjoyable ways to explore more of this part of England. Walking and cycling maps can be downloaded from the Worcestershire County Council website that show the cycle routes, bridleways, footpaths and cycle parking within Worcestershire.
The Mercian Way covers part of National Cycle Network Route 45, taking cyclists from the Wyre Forest and through the beautiful Severn Valley to Bridgnorth. Discover ancient woodland, peaceful river valley scenery and the renowned Severn Valley Railway as you cycle or walk through southeast Shropshire
With hundreds of cycling routes we know it’s hard to pick one, so here’s an overview of some of the best cycle routes around Worcestershire.
Cycle Malvern is for anyone who cycles or wants to. Whether for practical purposes, shopping, visiting Malvern or for enjoyment.
The members of the Wyre Forest Cycle Forum have produced a range of leaflets, featuring short leisure cycle rides available in the local area.
Relatively easy ride of under 6 miles, with some hills. The ride is all on quiet rural roads with lovely views available. Great for any fitness level.
Relatively easy ride of just under 10 miles with a few hills and lovely views. Ride on quiet rural roads with one major road to cross over.
The cycle route begins at Clive’s Fruit Farm. From there you can head west or north along this circular cycling route. Largely flat scenic route.
Worcestershire’s Vale and Spa offers cyclists a variety of cycling routes and terrain, from the canal banks of Droitwich to Broadway.
Route 45 between Worcester and Droitwich is very popular, following quiet lanes and the towpath of the Worcester and Birmingham Canal.
Beginning at Bromsgrove and travels on-road to Droitwich Spa. Around 10 miles and relatively flat and follows a similar line to the Droitwich Canal.
A two part route: the first follows part of the Cotswold Line Railway from Worcester to Evesham, the second links Honeybourne and Hanborough.
Cyclists are welcome to explore the Malvern Hills and Commons on the bridleways. 56km of bridleways, hilltops, wooded slopes and commons.
The Malvern Hills and surrounding commons can be explored by the network
of footpaths and bridleways that criss-cross this iconic landscape.
Four rides exploring the landscape, culture and heritage of the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty by pedal power.
There are three signposted cycling trails that take in both the hilltops offering views and scenic wooded slopes of this iconic landscape.
They hire light weight bikes to suit all sizes which are perfect for riding round the Wyre Forest. These bikes allow you to attach child/dog trailers.
They have e-bikes for hire from the Tower Barn. Plan a cycling holiday of the area or simply go for a short exploration.