Do you want to cycle in Malvern?

The Malvern Hills may be a prominent part of the area, but for most of Malvern you don’t need well-developed thigh muscles to get about by bike. No shame in pushing up Church Street if you haven’t got an electric assistant!

With the increase in cycling as an everyday activity and the bike’s role as a healthy way to go green, Cycle Malvern wants to see action to meet the needs of all bike users and to encourage more. More facilities such as bike racks and cycle routes, projects to improve cycling to school and work, courses to help with basic maintenance and road skills. There is now a range of options to help almost anyone go more or less self-powered, at least some of the time, from young to old, the fit to the rather inactive.

Join us!

If you want to join us in pushing for improvements locally, sign up for the Cycle Malvern group on Facebook or use the contact form on our About page.

This website has pages on key topics (Routes, Parking), there’s also a bunch of useful web links, plus a stab at a Glossary. The ‘Skills and Safety’ section is for anything which could support local cyclists that doesn’t fall under “racks and routes”!

New to cycling locally?

For those new to using a bicycle* locally, some pointers:

* Not just for users of your basic ‘bicycle’ of course – tricycles, recumbents, hand-cycles …