20 Child-Friendly Cycle Routes In London

20 Child-Friendly Cycle Routes In London

Finding some great cycle routes in London doesn’t need to be a challenge. Below, we have 15 great cycle routes in London for you to enjoy. Grab your bike and head off today!


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North London

Kings cross to Notting Hill - There's no better way to experience London other than by some great sightseeing! Kings Cross holds the history of famous films like Harry Potter and famous bands like the Spice Girls.
    Finsbury Park to Alexandra Palace - A trip full of history! You could even stop off and take a break to venture around the gorgeous Alexandra Palace and immerse yourself in some history.

    Regents Park
     to St. Albans - Grab your bike and head off on this child-friendly route! This route will see you heading out of London and into the outskirts.

    Camden to Cambridge
    - Perfect for those who want to travel outside of London. This is a great way to experience more of the country whilst incorporating London sightseeing into your trip.


      Central London


       River Thames - A scenic route perfect for summer! Grab your kids a balance bike with basket and let them ride along this paved surface.

      London to Windsor Loop
      - A loop perfect for a long summer ride, all you need is the perfect bike to go along with the incredible journey you're venturing onto.

      The Tower of London to Big Ben
      - A great way to teach kids about history is to experience it first hand. Why not take a pit stop at The Tower Of London and venture through the same walls history took place in.

      The Mall Loop from West Dulwich
      - This loop would take you past some incredible sights like the Tower Of London and the London Eye. It'll take you around 2 hours to complete this 23 mile long route.

      The Tower of London Loop -
      Starting from London Bridge, you'll travel along mostly paved surfaces, seeing some incredible sights along the way. This 15 mile long loop would take you around 1 hour to complete.

      The Mall Loop from Bermondsey - IF you're looking for a simple route then this is ideal. This loop in central London would take you around 1 hour and 30 minutes to complete and it's around 15 miles long.


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        West London

        Ladbroke Grove to Holland Park - Ideal if you're looking to stop off in some greenery. Why not grab your friends or family and have an adventure together. 

        Kyoto Garden to Hyde Park
        - Scenic and full of nature! These parks are a great place to grab your kids bike and teach them how to ride.

        Hyde Park to Chelsea Physic Garden
        - A wonderful route for families on a scenic bike ride. A road bike would be perfect for a journey like this.

        Richmond Park
        - This is a fantastic place to cycle through. Richmond Park is full of wonderful nature, including deers and various species of birds. It's perfect for any wildlife and nature lovers!

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          East London

          Limehouse Basin to London Fields - Great if you're in a built-up area, this is the perfect way to incorporate greenery and cycling into your everyday life.

          Olympic Park to Wanstead Flats
          - A great route if you're looking for a convenient trip. You could stop off at the local stores by the Olympic Park and take yourself back home. Plus you could even stop off and do some cycling at the Olympic Park cycle track in the Velodrome.

          Olympic Park to Epping forest
          - There’s no better way to see London than by starting in the incredible Olympic Park

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            South London

            Battersea Park - Hire a bike and take a cycle around this child-friendly Battersea route.

            The Wandle Trail
             - Cycle around this beautiful trail and immerse yourself in nature.

            College Road Loop from Clapham Junction
            - This is a difficult route leading from Central London and into South London. It'd take you just under 6 hours to complete this 55 mile long route. It's mostly paved surfaces so great for any skill level.


              Now all you have to do is head off and enjoy some fresh air! Don't forget to take a look at some other incredible routes along the country like Bristol so you're able to see all there is by bike!

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