Cycling in and around Wallingford
Wallingford is on a popular route and has lots to offer. It is a wonder location and has lots of safe cycle routes nearby for both short distances and longer, from which holiday visitors, shoppers and commuters can all benefit.
Wallingford lies on Sustran’s National Cycle Network (Thames Valley) and starts at Putney Bridge in London and goes on to Oxford, taking in Maidenhead, Reading, Wallingford and Abingdon. 40 of the routes 99 miles are traffic free.
There are plenty of bike racks in and around the town. Download the map of bike rack locations in Wallingford.
CYCLE RIDES : WEST FROM WALLINGFORD
Three illustrated cycle rides starting and finishing in Wallingford. Two pass within 400m of Didcot Railway Station and can be adapted to start and finish there.
Download the Cycle Rides : West from Wallingford leaflet
CYCLE RIDES : INTO THE CHILTERN HILLS
Three on-road cycle rides starting and finishing in Wallingford, ranging from 11 to 25 miles.
Download Cycle Rides : into the Chiltern Hills leaflet
You can also access an interactive map that shows Public Rights of Way, Access Land and Walks and Rides in Oxfordshire on the Oxfordfordshire County Council Website.