Cycling in Lee Valley

Cycle miles of traffic-free routes across Lee Valley Regional Park, covering 10,000 acres in London, Essex and Hertfordshire. Lee Valley Regional Park is also home to Lee Valley VeloPark where you can experience cycling at this London 2012 venue from BMX to cycling the track in the velodrome.

Lee Valley Regional Park is perfect for family cycling or for those who want more than just a leisurely ride there’s over 27 miles of pathway which are linked to Sustrans National Cycle Network Route 1.

Get cycling around Lee Valley

Top three cycling routes

Cycle through the countryside and nature reserves

Cyclists code of conduct

  • Always give way to pedestrians on shared use paths
  • Ensure your bike is safe to use
  • Do not expect to use paths for high speed travel
  • Always follow the highway code
  • Be considerate and courteous to all users. Remember some people may have hearing or sight impairments
  • Carry a bell and use it, or say excuse me as you approach all other users
  • Shared use paths are not suitable for cycling in larger groups than eight
  • Ride in single file, especially around bends and where the path is narrow
  • Slow down at path junctions, bridges and bends



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