Cycling in Aylesbury

Aylesbury Cycle Paths

Aylesbury is well served by a substantial network of bike paths across the district, especially in Aylesbury town as a result of the council’s previous commitment to increase cycle usage through infrastructure improvements and promotional campaigns.

Aylesbury offers many parks, green spaces and cycle routes for the Recreational cyclist in the towns alongside easy access to the hills and countryside surrounding them. Aylesbury town also offers cycle commuters a good range of facilities, cycle lanes and paths and routes to get to work, school, shops etc.

Women's Cycling - the Breeze network

Group bike rides – led by women, for women.

Breeze rides are for any women who want to get outdoors, have fun, be social and get some gentle exercise. Rides are between 4 and 5 miles. They are local – in your neighbourhood, round the park or on quiet cycle ways and residential roads.

Local Breeze champions will arrange a meeting place and plan a route. Then a small group of around 8 will head out together. Bike rides go at a speed that suits everyone.

If there is time, rides will usually start or finish at a cafe or somewhere you can enjoy a tea or coffee and something to eat before heading home.

The Breeze network is being rolled out across England over the next 3 years. Groups will be as local as possible.

Above all, Breeze bike rides are fun. Read more about Breeze.

If you are interested in joining any cycling clubs in the area or would like to know about other cycling activities visit Leap.