To get information or advice about cycling in Derby, visit Derby Connected, the city’s travel and transport website. Here you will find maps, tips and advice that will help you to get out and about on two wheels in Derby.
Where can I cycle?
In Derby you can cycle:
- on any public road
- on any bridleway
- on any path with a blue sign and bicycle symbol.
How do I report a problem with a cycle lane or route?
Please report any problems to Streetpride.
Where can I get a Derby Cycle Map?
Where can I get advice about cycle training and lessons?
Cycle Derby provides cycle training to adults who live, work or study in Derby, as well as to all school children in the city.
Where can I get tips on bikes, accessories and cycle safety?
There is lots of information for cyclists on the Derby Connected website.
Cycle Parking in Derby
The best place to park your bike securely is at BikeWorks, located on Full Street. This is a free service.
There are also plenty of bike parking stands throughout the city. You should always use a good quality lock to secure your bike to the stand.
eBikes Derby is the country's largest electric bike share scheme with 200 eBikes and initial docking stations at key trip destinations across the city. The day-to-day running of the scheme is handled by Hourbike - the UK's longest established bike share operator in the UK.
The scheme plays a key role in improving air quality whilst mitigating the impact of growing levels of congestion, whilst providing an alternative travel solution for longer distance journeys across the city.
The eBikes Derby scheme is temporarily suspended due to vandalism.