Cycling is big news in Worcester city and is growing in popularity with hobbyists and serious cyclists alike. The historic city is ideal for travel by bike, with a number of routes to choose from. A stunning bridge over the River Severn at Diglis makes it easy to cross the river and creates a picturesque circular route around the riverside whether you are commuting to work or spending some quality time with friends and family.
Worcester grew as a city thanks to the industrial advances afforded by the River Severn and riverside tourism and leisure is still hugely important today. The city’s other waterway is the Worcester & Birmingham Canal which is a scenic route amongst the districts and has a fully cyclable towpath. Around the suburbs there are various cycle routes, all signposted and well-maintained
The city has excellent links with other districts in the region as well as the National Cycle Network. Within just a few minutes bike ride, you can have escaped the hustle and bustle and be deep in the heart of the countryside with all its breath-taking scenery.
Whatever your reason for cycling, by using the bike you could: