Cycling in Bournemouth
Bournemouth is a great place to cycle, and now there are even more opportunities to get out and about on your bike in the area.
Find out more about rides coming up in Bournemouth here, and see the tabs below for other cycling opportunities.
Buddy bike rides
Rides organised by our social network for cyclists
See what others are doing
Roger has joined the group "CHAIN "Find a group now 1 days ago
Ben has rated the ride "Stay fit for winter evening ride."Find this ride now 2 days ago
Andrew has booked onto the ride "Stay fit for winter evening...Find out more now 4 days ago
Patrick has created the group "Trina's Saturday Social Loca...Find a group now 4 days ago
British Cycling can help you to find a club that’s right for you. Use the club finder link to find a club near you. There are lots of great clubs in Bournemouth which would be happy for you to ride with them, including:
As part of British Cycling’s partnership with Bournemouth Borough council, we are working with Wessex Accessibility club to promote bike rides which are easy for anyone to join in. Ride leaders Terry, a hand cyclist, and his partner Charlie led thirty riders on different bikes on a great route enjoying views of the dunes, and a seaside café stop. British Cycling’s recreational cycling officer was on hand to promote all our local led-rides and informal cycling opportunities including Breeze (our women’s network) and social cycling groups.
Want to get involved? Find a ride.
Where to ride
There are a number of amazing routes and venues in the Bournemouth area – there really is something for everyone.
Bourne Valley Greenway
Greenways are largely car-free, off-road routes which are sustainable transport corridors for shared use by cyclists, walkers and where practical horse-riders. The Bourne Valley Greenway was launched in May 2004 and runs continuously for 6.5km between Bournemouth Town Centre and Canford Heath. The Greenway goes through Bournemouth Gardens, Talbot Heath and Bourne Bottom. By Cycle the route takes around 30 minutes from Ringwood Road near the Mountbatten Arms Roundabout to Bournemouth Town Centre, making this a viable means of commuting.
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One of Dorset's gentlest way-marked routes, this 16 mile tailway follows much of the old Dorchester to Southampton railway line. The trailway takes you through some of East Dorset's stunning landscape.
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