Cycling in/around Wimbledon Town Centre has never been easier!
The newly installed cycle ramps on Alt Grove Bridge allow cyclists to push their bikes easily and safely up the stairwells before continuing their cycle. This provides a simpler connection between the residential Dundonald area and Wimbledon Town Centre, and is particularly useful during these times, with more people opting to walk or cycle. It also connects to a cycle path that leads directly to Kingston! Click here for more information about cycle lanes and routes across Merton, including a map.
The Government have invested in two cycling initiatives to promote alternative ways to travel:
- Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme: allows you to subsidise the cost of repairing your bicycle. Find out more here.
- Cycle to Work Scheme: purchase bikes and cycling accessories through your employer, by spreading the cost over 12 months and savings through tax breaks. Evans Cycles in Wimbledon Town Centre is an accredited provider. Find out more
We’ve highlighted larger cycle racks, although there is plenty of off-street cycle parking throughout the town centre (250+ spots). Plus, you’ll find indoor bicycle storage in Wimbledon Station – for those inevitably wet days in Wimbledon!
1. Wimbledon Station SW19 7NL
2. Hartfield Rd SW19 3TB
3. Queens Road SW19 8NG
Keep your bike safe by registering it with BikeRegister, the UK’s national cycle database and the leading online bicycle identification and registration initiative aiming to reduce cycle theft, identify stolen bikes and assist in owner recovery. More tips for keeping your bike safe here.