Cycling in Havering

With miles of cycle paths and scenic routes through our parks and open spaces, there's never been a better time to get out of your car and on your bike!​​​​​​​​​


Couple cycling through the park 

Taking to two wheels

The borough is a great place to ride your bike - whether you're commuting to/from work or school, exercising, or simply having fun. 


An extensive network of quiet traffic-free roads which form part of the National Cycle Network make travelling from A to B safe and quick, and the large number of parks and open spaces in Havering also offer great opportunities to get onto two wheels. 

Havering heritage cycling route 
Ingrebourne Valley discovery route
Romford cycle routes

With lots of cyclists living in ​the borough and a wealth of forums, clubs and organisations to hand you are never far from a friendly group of people who you can ask for technical advice or meet up and ride with. All you need to do is ask.

Havering Council embraces cycling within the borough - for both business or leisure - and is committed to providing and maintaining a range of related services for its residents. 

To encourage more people of all ages to get in the saddle and discover cycling, regular bike security marking in Romford Market, led rides around the area for beginners and enthusiasts alike, and riding and maintenance courses are all provided so that you can get the most out of your bike. 

Find out more about cycling in Havering at the pages below.

Cycling incentives for business

Do you work for or run a business that employs more than 5 people? You may be eligible for free cycle stands and support to get your workforce cycling.

Find out more from our sustainable travel for business page, or contact us using the form below.
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Sign up here for Havering Council's regular Cycle News email bulletin, which keeps you in touch with cycle training, clubs and events across the Borough.

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