Online interactive mapping
We recommend CycleStreets, an interactive route-planning system.
The Journey planner finds journeys based on the network known to it. You can plan a route or contribute to the map data.
Printed cycle maps
Cambridgeshire County Council produces a map of cycle routes in Cambridge city and connections with surrounding villages, which is updated regularly, and was originally produced in conjunction with Cambridge City Council, Cycle Cambridge and Cambridge Cycling Campaign.
Free copies of the cycle map are available from the Tourist Information Centre in Wheeler Street, Cambridge (at the back of the Guildhall), and in many shops.
You can download/print the map from the County Council’s cycle maps page.
The County Council also produces a series of companion maps including an overview map of Central Cambridgeshire from St Neots and Grafham in the west to Newmarket and Ely in the east, and area maps for Ely, Wisbech, St Neots, Cambridge to Saffron Walden and Huntingdon and St Ives.
We usually send City and central Cambridgeshire maps with new member packs to people joining Cambridge Cycling Campaign.
- CycleStreets online route planning system
- Cambridge City Centre: map and list of where you can and can’t cycle
- Information on cycling in particular streets (e.g. Trinity Street)
- There is also a document with a map, dating from 2007, on the City Council’s website, intended as a planning aid to try to protect routes from future develpment proposals, and should be read in conjunction with their introductory text.