If you’re new to the area, new to cycling or just haven’t been out on your bike in a while, it’s worth checking out the best route to work – with lots of traffic-free routes and designated cycle lanes, you might just find it’s a lot simpler than you thought.
National Cycle Network Route 66 runs through Thorpe Park, and is predominately traffic free in the local area. The route provides links with destinations such as Garforth, Temple Newsam and Leeds centre.
West Yorkshire’s Interactive Cycle Map
Powered by CityConnect, West Yorkshire has its own interactive cycle map, which can be used to identify the various route options and cycle lanes that you could make use of.
There is also a really handy route planner, which uses Cycle Streets. The journey planner is purpose built for cyclists and, alongside route options, also lets you know how many calories you could burn, how hilly a route is and how long it will take a different speeds.
There are now a wide range of apps available to help you with your bike journey, we’ve pulled together a guide so you can explore which apps work best for you!
Further advice and information
If you’re looking for further advice on travelling by bike around Thorpe Park Leeds, you can find out essential guide or explore all of our cycling articles by following the links below.
Alternatively, get in touch with us, we’d be more than happy to help with any advice you may be looking for!