Commuting

Cycling to work in the UK is becoming more and more popular. From providing information on buying your first bike through to encouraging your employer to provide cycle parking, showers and cycle training, CTC can help you hit the road - or track - to work by bike.

Essential Information

A cycle commuter keeps an eye on overtaking traffic
In today's busy road conditions, what you may have learned years ago in the playground for your Cycling Proficiency badge just doesn't cut...
A cyclist indicates to turn right
So you fancy saving money, getting fit and beating the traffic jams by cycling to work – but you're put off by the thought of the risks involved...
A woman riding to work looking at the view
Cycling to work is growing in popularity in the UK. You'll save time, money and stress when you free yourself from the daily grind of parking...
Cycling in London
It's one of the most common excuses not to ride to work but it is possible to cycle and look smart in the office. Our top tips for cycle...
Commuter
Becoming a cycle-friendly employer makes sense. Encouraging cycling helps tackle the business costs of congestion, reduces an organisation's...
Cycle commuter
In 2003, the Department for Transport funded the production of an informative, online resource on cycling to work. It was based on the findings of...
CTC cycle commuting guide
Cycling to work serves many purposes, it's good for your health, the environment and you'll be guarenteed to arrive at work, college or...

Latest Features

Revd Dr Edward Condry, the Bishop of Ramsbury and his bicycle
Some of us give up things for Lent, chocolate, alcohol, sweets, bad habits like smoking, even curse words are all common in today’s world. We were...
Blogger Toby Field also known as The Fat Cycle Rider
Toby Field only took up cycling two years ago but is now riding ten miles to work and back each day - and is now a whole lot healthier and a lean...
Specialized FSR XC Pro, my first ride to work
It took me two months to find the opportunity to cycle to work at CTC National Office in Guildford but I’m glad I did…
A rider takes it easy on the way to work
The theory goes that cycling can be faster than driving for shortish urban journeys of around five miles - a perfect commuting distance. But is it...
Greg Woodford cycling to work
Whatever the weather or the season, CTC Senior Cycle Training Officer Greg Woodford commutes by bike 25 miles each way from Reading to Guildford.

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