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Cycling in Stockton-on-Tees

Stockton-on-Tees is a great place to cycle, and now there are even more opportunities to get out and about on your bike in the area.

Stockton-on-Tees Borough 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 Stockton-on-Tees who will be happy for you to come along and ride with them, including:

Stockton Wheelers CC

Unicycling Club


Cycling facilities

Stockton Active Travel Hub

The Hub in central Stockton is the first active travel centre in the country, promoting cycling and walking as alternative forms of transport for everyday journeys. The Hub’s free indoor cycle parking facility now has well over 1000 members and continues to grow rapidly.

The Hub is a Sustrans project funded by the big lottery and in partnership with Stockton Borough Council and NHS Stockton on Tees.

Here are some of the things The Hub offers:

  • Free secure indoor cycle parking
  • Guidance and information on local and national cycling routes
  • Velotech cycle maintenance courses
  • Free half-day maintenance courses
  • Free road cycle training
  • Bicycle recycling

Find out more about The Hub

Where to ride

Where to cycle

Whatever kind of cycling you enjoy, there are lots of great places to do it in Stockton.

Stockton has a comprehensive network of cycle routes comprised of on-road cycle lanes, traffic-free routes, and suggested quiet streets. You can download maps showing all the cycle routes and suitable crossing facilities.

The Eight Bridges Way is a traffic-free walking and cycling route, following the banks of the River Tees between Stockton and Middlesbrough and passing eight of the bridges over this section of the Tees, including the iconic Infinity Bridge in Stockton and the Transporter Bridge in Middlesbrough. The route passes the Tees Barrage white water course and a number of important nature reserves along the banks of the river.