Worcester Cycle Leisure Guides
A series of leisure cycling routes in and around Worcester have been created for residents who are looking to get out and about on their bikes. We have five routes to choose from, covering areas to the north, south, east and west of the city as well as a city-based circular route.
Each circular route features a mix of quiet lanes, off-road cycle paths and sections of bridleway to enable cyclists to explore their local area. Routes start from convenient locations around the city and some even include shorter route options for tired legs.
Broadheath - Hallow Cycle Leisure Route
Choose from either a 7.5 or 14 mile route, both starting and finishing at the University of Worcester and covering a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways.
Crowle - Tibberton Cycle Leisure Route
Choose from either an 8 mile or 12 mile route, both starting and finishing at the Worcester Woods Countryside Centre and covering a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways.
Kempsey - Norton Cycle Leisure Route
Choose from either an 8.5 mile or 13.5 mile route, both starting and finishing at Worcester Woods Countryside Centre. Both routes cover a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways.
Northwick - Ladywood Cycle Leisure Route
There are two routes to choose from, both starting at finishing at the Pump House Environment Centre. The longer route is 10.5 miles and the shorter one is 6.5 miles. Both distances cover a mixture of quiet lanes and residential streets.
Worcester City Circular Cycle Leisure Route
Due to its circular nature, this 9 mile route can be joined at any point and covers a mixture of quiet lanes and bridleways.
Worcester Cycle Leisure Routes
This map gives an overview of the leisure cycling routes available in and around the Worcester area. Once you have decided which route to ride, select the relevant map from within this section of the website.