There’s plenty of cycling routes for eager cyclists in and around Aylesbury, whether commuting on residential roads during the week or off-roading on a recreational cycle over the weekend.
According to Aylesbury Vale District Council, “the town centre of Aylesbury offers cyclists a good range of facilities, cycle lanes, paths and routes to get to work, school and shops”, and is one of the original six national Cycling Towns working with Cycling England.
Wendover to Aylesbury, running through Wendover, Stoke Mandeville, Hampden Hall and Bedgrove.
Watermead to Aylesbury, reaching the town centre in around 10 minutes via Elmhurst, Manor Park and Alfred Rose Park.
Meadowcroft and Quarrendon to Aylesbury via a completely off-road route that incorporates Gatehouse Road Business Park and Broadfields Retail Park.
Stone to Aylesbury, offering a direct route to the town centre via Stone, Bourg Walk Bridge and the Aylesbury Train Station in around 30 minutes.
Bierton to Aylesbury, providing direct access to Aylesbury town in just 15 minutes with an easy off-road route through Bierton Village, Elmhurst and Manor Park.
Hartwell to Aylesbury, providing excellent links to a range of schools including Aylesbury College, Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School, Bearbrook School, Pebble Brook School and Oxford House.
Fairford Leys to Aylesbury via Haydon Hill, Fairford Leys, and Rabans Lane Industrial Estate, known to local cyclists as one of the most attractive routes in Aylesbury.
Stoke Mandeville to Aylesbury, starting at the Ambulance Station near Stoke Mandeville Hospital and going through Bourg Walk and Southcourt to Aylesbury town centre.
Hawkslade to Aylesbury, which combines on-road and off-road routes through Walton Court, South Court and Bourg Walk, before finishing in Aylesbury town centre.