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Cycling in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes 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 Milton Keynes here, and see the tabs below for other cycling opportunities.

Milton Keynes Council

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Cycling clubs

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 some great cycling clubs in Milton Keynes who will be happy for you to come along and ride with them, including:

Team Milton Keynes
Team MK is an exciting club for cyclists, triathletes and duathletes. 

Milton Keynes Cycling Association
Formed in 1982 to promote cycle racing and events in the Milton Keynes Area, MKCA organises and co-ordinates events at the Milton Keynes Bowl promoting the long standing Thursday night series and helping other local clubs and organisations to promote events at the venue.

The club has consistently achieved good results – it has usually ranked in the top four clubs (out of around 40 in the UK) in both the National Series and British Championships, and it's produced a number of very successful riders including several national champions.
Cyclone Mountain Biking Club
The club rides every Sunday in Aspley Guise woods next to Woburn Sands and also organises a number of 'away' rides.  


Cycling Photo Competition Winners Announced 

The four winners of the Council's Cycling Photo Competition have been announced after a number of high standard photos were recieved. 

The competition took place in October to encourage people to get out on their bikes and take photos that showed how great Milton Keynes is for cyclists with our unique Redway network, parks and woodland and interesting sights.

15 of the best photos were shortlisted and displayed on the Council's Twitter and Facebook pages. The only conditions for entries were that the photo had to be taken in the MK Borough area and included a bicycle or part.

The four winners were chosen by Cllr Hannah O'Neill, Deputy Leader of the Council and keen cyclist, and Peter Cox at British Cycling. 

The winners are:

Steve Stones 

Steve Stones

Carys Underwood

Carys Underwood

Helen Cooke 

Helen Cooke

Anthony Smith

Anthony Smith

The winners have all been invited to Civic Offices to choose an envelope containing their prize which will be one of the following:

  • A family ticket to MK Dons game this season
  • An Aviva Women's Series Cap signed by Katie Archibald and Hannah Barnes
  • A family ticket to MK Lightning Ice Hockey Match
  • Sky Ride bib signed by Sir Chris Hoy



Cycling support

Cycling Initiatives

The Milton Keynes Get on Your Bike Event is run annually in aid of Cancer Research UK. This year it celebrates its 10th anniversary so we plan to make it bigger and better than ever!

It will be held on Sunday 6th September, starting at the Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre at Bradwell Abbey. As well as the bike ride itself there will be lots of family fun for a great day out. Click here for more information >

Green Generation’s aim is to collect old, broken and hopelessly waiting to be used bikes and transform them into ‘Green Bikes’. Every bike that we work on is cleaned, checked and repaired or painted if needed to make you look special.

Cycling news - MK Web

Cycle Saviours rescue, restore and reuse pre-loved and abandoned bikes using them to benefit disadvantaged groups while promoting healthy living. Second hand bikes for sale. Competitive prices for repairs and services. 


Cycling training

Milton Keynes Council currently offers free Bikeability training for year 5 and 6 pupils attending participating schools within Milton Keynes.

Bikeability is the national standard for cycle training and is the modern day version of the previous cycle proficiency training scheme.

Level One is completed in the playground and covers Road Safety, the Highway Code, simple bike checks, hand signals and a series of manoeuvres designed to develop bike handling skills.

Level Two is completed on quiet roads and, as well as reinforcing the skills learnt at Level 1, also introduces a range of on-road manoeuvres such as starting off, passing parked vehicles and turning at junctions.

For more information please email:

Where to ride


Milton Keynes is a fantastic place to cycle - home to a unique network of ‘Redways’ which allow cyclists and pedestrians to get around the entire city without having to cross main roads. There are over 200 miles of Redways and 40 miles of leisure routes taking in a wide variety of scenery, areas of interest and countryside. The Redways provide easy movement around the city with access to key destinations, such as schools, workplaces, shops, leisure facilities, parks and green spaces.

There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a bike ride. British Cycling works with Milton Keynes Council to promote a range of opportunities for people to get cycling whatever their age, ability or interests. 

Find out more about routes and cycling events in the area:

Maps, cycle routes and trails 

Redways – general information and guidance

Family cycling

Heritage cycle trails 

Cycling for fitness in Milton Keynes 

Mountain biking in Milton Keynes

For more information, please email or call 01908 254728