BACK FOR 2019!
We’re closing the roads to traffic in Sheffield on Sunday 14 July and hosting a free cycling festival for everyone.
There’s lots to do – from fun activities and challenges for the whole family to music, local street food and live stunt shows. Plus a few surprises on the day …
Come along and enjoy seeing your city from the saddle. You don’t have to do the full distance – just as much or as little as you want. You don’t need to be an experienced cyclist. There will be no cars on the road, so you can wobble, zig-zag and stop as much as you like.
It’s free, fun and the perfect activity for the whole family. So, what are you waiting for?
Everyone’s invited – see you there!
Log in or create an account to register for HSBC UK Let's Ride Sheffield. Once you've booked your place on the ride, we'll prompt you to edit your profile to add your family and friends!
Get involved in the big day by joining the team making it happen!
We’re looking for volunteers for a number of key roles – could you be one of them?
No bike? No problem.
Please bring a form of official photo ID that will be retained by staff hiring bikes until the bike is returned to where it was collected.
These bikes will be issued on a first come first serve basis.
Cycling Projects are also coming along with a fleet of adapted bikes for hire free of charge too! Please visit their website to find out more about the bikes they have on offer.
Please note that Cycling Projects bike hire is for adapted bikes only.
Public Transport in Sheffield
For door to door journey information by all modes of transport just visit this website and choose your preferred method.
If you're planning to travel by using the Tram, you can see all of their timetables and live travel updates on their website here.
It's really easy to get into Sheffield by bus, with plenty of fast and convenient services available from all key locations. You can find out more about Sheffield bus routes and timetables by clicking here.
Sheffield has great rail links to the rest of the UK, with Sheffield train station within walking distance of Endcliffe Park. Find the best train route for you here.
You can choose cycle route that best suits you here. If you’re happy to make your own way, then head straight to the event hub at Endcliffe Park for the build-up from 10:00am, or get to the start line for 11:00am.
And don’t forget to bring your bike lock!
The following roads will be closed on Sunday 14th July 2019:
From 07:30 - 17:00hrs
Moore Street - Charter Row - Furnival Gate - Pinestone Street - Surrey Street - Norfolk Street - Charles Street
From 08:30 - 16:30hrs
From 10:15 - 15:45hrs
St Mary's Gate - between St Mary's Gate Roundabout and Moore Street, Handover Way - between Glossop Road and St Mat's Gate Roundabout
Access and Crossing Points will be controlled in the following locations between 07:30 – 17:00hrs:
Atkinsons & Wicks via Young Street - Bishop Street and Fitzwilliam Gate - Mercure Hotel via Norfolk Row and Surrey Street
Vehicle Crossing Points for residents only
Ecclesall Road - Harland Road - Collegiate Crescent
Ecclesall Road - Dover Road - Hickmott Road