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Get on your bike this summer in Ealing

Whether you’re new to the sport or an experienced cyclist, Ealing has an abundance of cycling routes and activities to take part in. And as part of the wider regeneration project, work has begun to improve cycling and road safety throughout Ealing.
Ealing Cycling

Are you new to cycling or a regular rider?

Either way Cycle Training UK is offering free classes to people of all abilities, from basic courses for the inexperienced cyclist to more advanced courses for those who want to build real confidence on the road.

Training sessions last up to two hours and can be tailored to your individual needs, whatever your ability or personal goals. These sessions are offered to people aged 6 and up, so if you’re a family looking for group bike riding experience or an individual wanting to gain confidence on the roads get in touch to organise your bespoke training session.

Join one of Ealing’s summer bike rides

In addition to the free training sessions, Cycle Training UK organises a weekly family bike ride throughout the summer holidays. If you’re new to cycling and haven’t fully committed to the sport then make sure to arrive early to borrow a bike on a first come/first serve basis.

Every Sunday up until 27 August organised bike rides will depart from one of four different locations throughout Ealing, including Gunnersbury and Southall Park. To find out more about dates and times visit the Cycle Training UK website.

Future improvements for cyclists in Ealing

Ealing’s mini-Holland project is a three year programme to improve cycling and road safety throughout Ealing. Work began back in October 2016 along Uxbridge Road and the scheme will continue over the next few years to improve routes in to and out of Ealing’s town centre.

Overall the main aim of the project is to improve road safety for all users, but in particular for pedestrians and cyclists. Some of the works involved include segregated cycling routes, repaving footpaths, improved crossings and better signage.

To find out more about this project visit the Ealing government website.

Find out more about Ealing

Visit the Jigsaw location page to discover more about Ealing and use the map to plan your next cycling route.
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