Family Cycling in Bromley & Croydon

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Cycling In Croydon, Reigate, Redhill & Bromley

We are dedicated to creating genuinely local cycle routes for Hybrid and Mountain bikes and are continually adding to our portfolio. Indeed we have now also added 2 cycle routes into London from Orpington and East Croydon that can also be completed by road bikes.

Unlike many maps you can obtain, our routes have been cycled, videoed and measured. Our routes include a map but also detailed descriptions and photos making navigation easy and gradient and terrain guides detailing what the circuit will be like. For an example of a typical circuit, please click here. Please note this is not an actual circuit, merely a representation.

We now have 38 cycle routes in total of which 27 are rural greenbelt, 9 are urban routes and 2 commuter cycle routes into London. Our rural routes combine off road sections with quiet lanes and take in picturesque scenery and villages. Our urban circuits combine parks such as Crystal Palace Park and Dulwich Park with cycle lanes plus other off road sections to deliver urban routes with a rural feel.

Click here to see our aims.

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Great cycling in Croydon, Reigate, Redhill, Bromley and surrounding areas

Rural Routes

These circular routes have been created by combining local byways and bridleways with quiet lanes (wherever possible) to create a series of varied cycle routes within only a few miles from Croydon, Reigate, Redhill & Bromley.

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Urban Routes

We are all about maximising the cycling potential an area can provide and these routes will amaze you about how rural they feel. This has been done by combining parks, available off-road sections, dedicated cycle paths and minimising the use of main 'A' roads.

Commuter Routes

Orpington to London Bridge

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This great route starts at Orpington and after taking in numerous dedicated cycling paths, parks and minor roads delivers you to London Bridge station. This route passes 13 train stations including Bromley North, Catford Bridge and Lewisham. So if you’re looking to cycle into London, reduce your fares by skipping a zone or just cycle into Bromley, or any of the other locations en route, then this maybe perfect for you.

This route can be viewed via the Bromley routes profile.

East Croydon to London Victoria

This circuit follows the train line from East Croydon through to London Victoria and in its entirety is 12 miles long. This route travels though Tooting Bec Common & Clapham Common and minimises main roads where possible. This route can be cycled on all types of bikes.

This route can be viewed via the Croydon routes profile.

Following a Market research project we recently carried out, we have re-designed the format of our cycle circuits. These are the first such routes to be produced in this way. Click here to see a new format example circuit.

If you would like to download a presentation on the reasons to go cycling, how to get yourself started and where to cycle, please click on the ‘Download Cycling Presentation’ button on the left hand side.