Request a Norwich cycle map
A Norwich cycle map has been produced to help you plan your journey. These are available in limited numbers.
To request a copy please email email@example.com or call 0344 980 3333.
Online journey planner
You can now plan your journey online using Norwich.cyclestreets.net
Tip:If you want to cycle on quieter roads and want to avoid busy junctions, look at the back page of the Norwich cycling map which describes road and traffic conditions or use the cycle streets journey planner and select the ‘quieter’ route option.
The Norwich Pedalways
Norwich has seven colour-coded cycle routes – totalling 58 miles – known as pedalways.
Five of these radiate out from the city centre and two more form an inner and outer circuit around the city and together with local routes these offer a comprehensive network of cycle routes.
You can download a pdf version of the Norwich cycle map, which shows the seven pedalways across the city as listed below.
Red pedalway: Drayton to Whitlingham
From the city centre north-west to Drayton via traffic-free Marriot's Way and south-east to Whitlingham. This route forms part of Sustrans National Cycle Network Route..
Green pedalway: Bowthorpe to Broadland Busines Park
From the city centre, west to Bowthorpe and east Broadland Business Park.
Pink pedalway: N&N Univerity Hospital to Heartsease
From the city centre west to N&N University Hospital via the UEA and east to Heartsease via Mousehold Heath.
Blue pedalway: Cringleford to Sprowston
From the city centre south west to Cringleford via Newmarket Road and to Sprowston in the north east.
Yellow pedalway: Lakenham to Norwich Airport
From the city centre north towards the Airport and to south Lakenham via traffic-free Lakenham Way.
Orange pedalway: inner circuit
Encircling the city centre, this pedalway connects to all the radial pedalways.
Purple pedalway: outer circuit
Encircling the city, this pedalway connects suburban neighbourhoods, employment areas and open spaces on the edge of the urban area. This pedalway links all the radial pedalways.
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Norwich cycle map contributors
The Norwich cycle map has been produced by Norwich City Council, working with Norfolk County Council, and supported by: