Cycling in the Malverns
The Malvern Hills area offers excellent cycling opportunities for people with different interests and a range of cycling abilities.
The Malvern Hills themselves are popular with mountain bikers but please note that cyclists on the hills must stick to bridleways and should always respect other users.
Around the Hills themselves a network of country lanes pass through a variety of different landscapes from steep wooded hills to gently rolling farmland.
Cycling is a great way to experience the many sights and sounds of the area whilst helping to protect its tranquillity.
Cycling on the Malvern Hills
The Malvern Hills Conservators welcome cyclists on bridleways on the Hills and Commons under their jurisdiction.
To help you enjoy your day on the Hills they have produced a code of conduct for cyclists which is available to download here.
Routes, Maps and Guides
The Tourist Information Centres in Malvern, Tenbury Wells and Upton upon Severn have a comprehensive selection of local and regional maps, guides and information to help you make the most of your days out in the district.
The Malvern Hills AONB have produced a leaflet called 'By Bike in the Foothills of the Malverns' which provides details of four different bike rides which explore the landscape, culture and heritage of the AONB. The leaflet is available to purchase from Malvern TIC.
For further information about cycling in and around the Malverns visit the Malvern Trail website.
Local Bike Shops
- Push Bike! - A new cycle campaign group representing cycling interests in Malvern Hills, Worcester, Wychavon and Bromsgrove areas. View the Push Bike! What’s On Guide to cycling events around Worcestershire 2015.