Routes & Maps

Hard Copy Maps

Kingston Cycling Map:                        
Kingston Council has produced a map which shows suggested cycling routes across the borough, as well as proposed routes to be completed in the future (including the new 'Go Cycle' Infrastructure). For a free copy of the Borough's cycling map please email: info@cyclekingston.net.

Kingston Quiet Routes Guide:         
Kingston Cycling Campaign have designed and produced a booklet containing maps and descriptions of 6 largely traffic-free routes. Unfortunately the booklet is now out of print, but you can view and download all the routes here.

TfL Cycle Maps:                                  
TfL also produces cycle maps that cover the whole of London. Kingston is included in Transport for London’s cycle maps 9 &10.You can obtain free copies through the TfL website here or by calling the 24-hour travel information service on 020 7222 1234.

Personalised Cycle Planning:             
Is there a route you often ride - or would like to start to ride - but you're not sure of the best way to go? Have a personalised cycle route mapped for you by the Kingston Cycling Campaign. KCC is the local group of the London Cycling Campaign. For more details, telephone Rob James on 020 8546 8865 or email mail@kingstoncycling.org.uk

Online Mapping and Route Planning

TfL Journey Planner:                           
Transport for London (TfL) have produced an interactive online journey planner which now supports cycling journeys and generates route maps, found here.

Sustrans:                                            
Kingston is on Route 4 of the National Cycle Network which stretches from London to Fishguard in South Wales. You can view the route on Sustrans excellent maps here.

Google:
And in addition to the many apps which will do much more than help you plot a route, such as Strava, Map my Ride etc., there's always good old Google Maps here

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Become a cycling instructor

If you love cycling, you might consider becoming a cycling instructor. Whether you would like to make it a full-time job or you just want to pass on some skills at your local school or youth club, undertaking the National Standard Instructor training is the first step.

Kingston is the only London borough recognised as an instructor training organisation (ITO). Since 2007, we have trained more than 300 instructors for local authorities and independent providers.

You can read more about our training here, and learn more about being a Bikeability Instructor here

Get involved?

Cycling is a fantastic way to exercise, travel, and enjoy the great outdoors. Wind in the hair (under your helmet of course), sunglasses on, and a picnic in your bag. However, not everyone sees it this way.

Therefore, CycleKingston is appealing to you to share the good, the bad (and the ugly?!) We want to hear your cycling experiences, news and showcase success stories along the way too.

If you have material you think we should feature on the website, drop us an email on info@cyclekingston.net with the information and some images and we'll do our best to feature them.

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