Lancashire is a great county to cycle in. Explore our outstanding scenery from the rugged Bowland Fells and Pennine Hills to the flat coastal plain. Ride along our traffic free routes, seaside promenades and canal towpaths.
Networks of cycle routes are being developed in our urban areas, making easier to cycle to work, school, college and the shops. Our new 20 mph speed limits are making it safer in residential areas.
Where do you train?
"On the flat lanes of West Lancashire. There are lots of quiet lanes and good cafes."
Which is your favourite circuit?
"It's 130 miles and takes in Clitheroe, Waddington Fell, Kirkby Lonsdale and Cockerham Sands."
Why is the area so good for training?
"Lancashire is the best area for training in Britain because of the variety of flat and hilly terrain."
What is your favourite Lancashire view?
"I love the view of Lancashire from the Nick O'Pendle."
Bradley Wiggins who lives near Chorley, is a Tour de France winner and has won seven Olympic medals, including four golds"
There will be major improvements for cyclists in Preston if our bid to Department for Transport's Cycle Ambition Funding is successful. The bid includes improvements for cyclists in the city centre, new links to the Guild Wheel. Improvements in the docks and a new cycle path along the A584 dual carriageway linking to the proposed Warton Entrance Zone.