We have an extensive bank of photos and images, from fun action shots, to useful examples of cycling design and engineering projects. This section also contains Cycling England and Bikeability logos.
All pictures are free and can be downloaded, but any use in public materials must be accredited to Cycling England.
It’s never too late to get on your bike.
Cycle handling skills in the playground.
Teaches the skills to cycle on quiet roads, such as the route to school.
Training for more tricky situations.
Signage, maps and interpretive boards for on and off road and themed routes.
Parking, carrying goods, local shopping and signage.
Bikeability, Go-ride and promotional material.
Cycle parking, hire and carriage on rail, bus and ferry.
Including facilities, access and pool bikes.
Promoting cycling to children and parents.
Including cycling festivals and rides
Ethnic groups, older people, people with disabilities and women.
BMX, mountain biking, touring, play and training.
Including access, cycle parking, cycle-friendly street design and local facilities.
Access and parking, cycle clubs, maintenance and escorted cycling.
Examples from themed routes
Engineering & Planning
Ways of allowing cycling in both directions on one-way streets.
Under, over or across? What to do when a cycle route meets a road, river or railway.
Cycle lanes are one way of reallocating road space to cyclists. A variety of types are illustrated here.
Creative parking solutions to meet the needs of cyclists at work, at school, in town and in the country.
The devil is in the detail from smooth surfaces without kerb up-stands, to cycle friendly gully covers which won’t trap cycle wheels.
Examples of how traffic signals and roundabouts can be made more cycle friendly.
Routes by the road and sea plus examples of cycle friendly barriers.
Examples using the 3 D’s of signing; Destination, Distance and Direction. These signs direct cyclists and promote cycling to other road users.
Restricting speed and slowing traffic reduces the likelihood of accidents for cyclists, pedestrians and motorists.
Allowing cyclists access to areas where traffic is restricted such as closed roads, vehicle restricted areas, pedestrian areas and congestion charge zones.
Health & Fitness
Cycling is a great way to get your heart pumping!