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Find bike shops near you

We have a brand new map showing all of the independent bike shops open in your area.

It also shows any offers on bike services and equipment available to keyworkers during the pandemic.

In the last year, we've achieved some amazing things

203 miles

of walking and cycling routes delivered in partnership

3.8 million

journeys to school by foot or by wheel recorded in the 2019 Big Pedal

Explore the National Cycle Network

As custodians of the National Cycle Network, we couldn't be happier to see the signed routes and paths across the UK used by millions of people every year. But we don't want to stop there. We want to keep making the Network better, getting more people using it and creating paths for everyone.

Discover the National Cycle Network

Sustrans and Covid-19

Following NHS and government advice, we’ve put together some information about walking and cycling during the Coronavirus pandemic.

We’ve also outlined how we’re helping to reduce the spread of Covid-19.

Read our latest update and see what we're doing to support people during the lockdown.
 

If you're a keyworker wanting to cycle, check out our Cycles for keyworkers map to find bike shops open near you.

Check out our Life after lockdown policy briefing series as we explore how the pandemic is affecting transport, movement, neighbourhoods and spaces.

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Streets for everyone

Creating streets that make walking, wheeling and cycling safer for everyone has wide-ranging benefits for local communities.

In our series of videos, local businesses and residents across the UK tell us why the changes made in their area matter to them.

Find out more and watch the videos

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