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Your donation enables us to continue caring for the National Cycle Network and working hard to improve walking and cycling for everyone.

Cycles for key workers

We want to help our frontline heroes cycle to and from work safely during the Covid-19 pandemic.

So we've created an interactive map to help key workers find bike offers and services in their area.

Find offers and services near you

Sign up to Sustrans lockdown activities for families

We've put together four weeks of fun and educational resources for families. 

Packed full of challenges, games and cycling, walking and scooting themed activities. All designed by our experienced and fun-loving Schools Officers. 

Sign up to Outside In

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.

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

Take a look at our Space to move map and feedback on the temporary changes made in your area to make it easier for people to walk and cycle.

And if you're a local authority, see how Sustrans can support you to make walking and cycling safer during the pandemic.

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