Cycle rides and maps
Join one of our led rides, or download a map and discover a different Southwark. You can also take part in this year’s London Cycle Challenge.
Sky Ride local rides
These free, fun guided bike rides around the borough are perfect for all ages and abilities and are taking place fortnightly between June and October. For more information, viist the Go Sky Ride website.
Led by women for women Breeze bike rides are local, friendly and very social. The rides are short and traffic free and are ideal for those new to cycling or wanting to improve their skills. To find out more, visit the Go Sky Ride website and click on find a ride or contact Laura Spooner on 020 7525 7304.
Social cycling groups
If you would like to set up your own cycling group, buddy up with like-minded cyclists or find cycling activities in your area, you can join British Cycling's Social Cycling Groups, the social network for cyclists. For more information, viist the Go Sky Ride website.
With TfL’s local cycling guides you can discover family-friendly routes through parks, waterways and forests. For more information visit the TFL website or for cycle routes in Southwark, view the cycle routes committed and future (pdf, 3.9mb).
A two mile (with an alternative 1.5 mile extension) signed walking and cycle trail through historic Rotherhithe. The trail takes in the sights of Canada Water, Albion Channel, Surrey Water, Staves Hill, Russian Dock Woodland, Greenland Dock and Surrey Quays shopping centre. Most of the route is traffic free, and there are plenty of cafés to stop in at along the way or enjoy your own picnic. You can download the Rotherhithe bike trail map (pdf, 1.4mb).
Page last updated: 18 August 2017