skip to main content
The Royal Parks web site uses cookies. By browsing you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read our cookie policy

Cycling is a great way to enjoy the parks and with more and people cycling in London, We are working hard to improve facilities for cyclists. This includes looking at more cycle parking, better signage and the improvement of existing cycling routes within the parks.

We are working with the Mayor's Office, Transport for London (TfL) and Local Authorities to upgrade cycle routes and facilities as part of the Central London Grid, Quietways, and Cycle Superhighway programmes (funded by Transport for London).

We have to balance the needs and expectations of all visitors. To retain a high quality visitor experience all signage and road markings are kept to a minimum. Most of the signs are specially designed for the parks so that they are not visually intrusive or distracting - helping people to enjoy the sensitive ecological and historic landscapes.

The Broad Walk, Hyde Park

The Broadwalk is a very important route for cyclists and is a part of the Central London Cycle Grid. Peak flows along Broad Walk are extremely high even for London standards, with over 1200 cyclists per hour in the morning.

Richmond Park Quietway Proposals

Information about the Richmond Park section of the proposed Quietway from Wandsworth Common to Teddington.

New ramp and stepped access to Avenue Road, Regent's Park

We are working closely with Canal & River Trust to propose a new ramp and stepped access at the junction of Prince Albert Road and Avenue Road in The Regent's Park to and from the Regent's Canal towpath.

Help us improve our website by completing a short survey

search