Inspired by the Copenhagen Bicycle Account, Bike Life is the biggest assessment of cycling in cities and urban areas across the UK and Ireland.
Each report looks at infrastructure, travel behaviour, the impact of cycling, and new initiatives.
Since our first reports in 2015, Bike Life has informed policy decisions, justified investment and enabled cities to develop more ambitious action plans for cycling.
This year we've published reports in:
In 12 UK cities and urban areas
cars taken off the roads every day by cycling
of greenhouse gas emissions saved each year by cycling
of residents think there are too many people driving in their neighbourhood
of residents support restricting through-traffic on residential streets
support building more cycle tracks even when this would mean less room for other road traffic
of residents would like to see more government spending on cycling
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
Bike Life is a collaboration between Sustrans and the participating cities. It is funded by The Freshfield Foundation, Transport Scotland and our city partners.
Want to see how things have progressed? Download our previous UK Bike Life reports: