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If you're looking for information about cycling in Bristol please visit the Better By Bike website - the most comprehensive website for cycling in Bristol, Bath, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. Includes information about Bristol's biggest bike ride
Britain's first Cycling City
In 2008 Greater Bristol was chosen as England's first Cycling City and received £11m from the Department for Transport to transform cycling.
This helped bring about a strong cycling renaissance in the city. New dedicated on-road cycle lanes, new traffic-free routes, 3400 new cycle parking spaces, as well as cycling training and lots of other 'softer measures' projects encouraged thousands of people to saddle up.
That momentum is continuing through the Local Sustainable Transport Fund, which sees Bristol working with the three other authorities in the West of England region to improve transport routes and services between towns and cities. Cycling clearly plays a big part in that and is central to Bristol's vision of the future.
For all the latest on cycling in Bristol:
Quick links to the Better by Bike website
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Name the trails at Ashton Court and Leigh Woods
The search is underway for a name for the new mountain bike trails at Ashton Court and Leigh Woods.
Cycling City roadshow team
The Cycling City roadshow team are getting out into Bristol communities, meeting people and giving them practical advice and support about starting cycling