The Royal Borough is well-served by cycle routes. National Cycle Network Route 4 is a long-distance cycle route that connects London to the West of England and South Wales. It runs east-west through the borough via Windsor and Maidenhead, taking in some of the most picturesque parts of Windsor Great Park and The River Thames.
National Cycle Network Route 61 runs north-east from Maidenhead to Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City and Hertford. Within the Royal Borough, it follows the Jubilee River towpath, which is a traffic-free route.
For further information on the National Cycle Network, visit www.sustrans.org.uk.
Cyclists can also make use of the local cycle network, which provides onward connections to local towns, facilities and visitor attractions. Copies of the local cycle map and guide are available free of charge from the Royal Windsor Visitor Information Centre.
To plan your cycling journey within the UK, visit www.cyclestreets.net.