Get involved in Suffolk’s cycling events and download free cycling route maps for Suffolk

Encourage people to cycle more often and tell us why you love cycling in Suffolk

Twitter @SuffolkSpokes or email spokes.people@suffolk.gov.uk.

Beccles (PDF, 922KB) Bury St Edmunds (PDF, 1.4MB) Felixstowe (PDF, 5.75MB)
Felixstowe to Ipswich (PDF, 1.8MB)
Halesworth (PDF, 1.8MB)
Haverhill (PDF, 3.8MB) Ipswich (PDF, 4.3MB) Lowestoft (PDF, 4.4MB) Mildenhall (PDF, 336KB)
Newmarket (PDF, 859KB) Stowmarket (PDF, 1.3MB) Sudbury (PDF, 1MB) Woodbridge (PDF, 776KB)

Find more leisure maps on Discover Suffolk website.

Visit Suffolk
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ROSPA
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

Suffolk Roadsafe
Website for road users packed full with advice and guidance

Discover Suffolk
The home of walking, cycling and riding in Suffolk

  • Information about school travel plans which encourage children to walk or cycle to school, to help improve the safetyCloseSchool Transport definition: You consider that the nearest available walking route to their nearest/catchment school is unsafe for an accompanied child pedestrian of school journeys.
  • Hints and tips on how to cycle on the road safely at Suffolk Roadsafe

Hire a bike at some railway stations in Suffolk with www.bikeandgo.co.uk.

You can report a problem with cycle lanes or tracks quickly and easily online using our Highways Reporting Tool

Our aim is to increase the number of people cycling in Suffolk and become a normal form of transport for everyone.

Suffolk Cycling Strategy (PDF, 1.1MB)