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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Cycling in the Ribble Valley

Cycling in the Ribble Valley

Cycle routes

The Ribble Valley has miles upon miles of scenic country roads of which many are ideal for riding your bicycle. Below are some downloadable maps and leaflets detailing these routes ;

You can download several other routes across not only the Ribble Valley but Lancashire as a whole by visiting Lancashire County Council's dedicated cycling website.

Online Cycle Planner
Transport Direct have produced an online cycle route tool to help you plan your cycling journeys.

Free 'Cycle to Work' Commuting Classes
People in Lancashire who are thinking about cycling to work or even just taking up cycling are being invited to sign up to a two hour tailored course where they will be able to brush up on their cycling skills.

There are a number of workshops available, either for one-to-one training or for a group of friends, workmates or even family.

Download the Cycle commuting to work courses leaflet for more information.

Cycle training

Cycle training takes place across schools in the Ribble Valley through two schemes:

Bikeability - Government funded places are available for this scheme www.bikeability.info) which is being rolled out through i-Cycle Training (www.icycletraining.co.uk) throughout the Ribble Valley. Not every school is able to access this training as places are limited. For more information on how your school can access this training please call Ian at i-Cycle Training on 07976 757684

Passport to Safer Cycling - this is a Lancashire County Council initiative and can be delivered by volunteers. Any school can deliver this scheme and training mainly takes place within school or on a school yard.

For more information on this scheme see Lancashire County Council Passport to Safer Cycling.

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