Bike Worcester

Bike Worcester is a new local multi-organisational group that’s been set up specifically to identify actions that can be taken to make it easier and safer for more people to cycle around the City.

Priorities

Our Priorities

Promoting commuting by bike

We want to get more people in Worcester cycling. We know that more people want to cycle, whether that is to work, to the shops, or elsewhere in Worcester. We know there are aspects, such as safety concerns, that put many people off. So, what can we do to help?

Top cycling improvements

We want to promote improvements to cycle paths and other infrastructure. We wanted some “quick wins” that we could get the local councils to fix or improve, so came up with the idea of a list of quick changes that would make cycling better in Worcester. Feel free to suggest yours.

Cycle events

We will post details on our website of any cycling related events.

World Car Free Day in Worcester

World Car Free Day on Sunday 22nd September in Lowesmoor.

Blog posts

Latest News and Blog

Car Free Sunday – can you help?

Car Free Sunday – can you help?

The Car Free Sunday event is this week and the organisers are looking for volunteers. They will need volunteers to help with the street preparation, e.g., taping the astroturf to the road etc. A road closure is in place on Lowesmoor from 10am to 4pm, however access to...

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Perdiswell Park Improvements – Consultation

Perdiswell Park Improvements – Consultation

Worcester City Council is seeking people's views and ideas to improve the public experience of using Perdiswell Park. This short survey will help them understand what additional facilities and improvements people would like to see and will be used to inform the...

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Map of improvements growing

Map of improvements growing

Thanks to everyone for sending in suggestions for improvements to cycling infrastructure across Worcester. Please keep them coming. We will be collating the ones we have and then organising them and selecting ones to present to the local council asking for action....

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