Getting around in Knowsley

Whether your preferred mode of transport is walking, cycling, public transport or driving - the borough of Knowsley provides plenty of travel opportunities.

Travelling by bike

  • Knowsley's Cycling Map provides local information about on and off-road routes in the borough.
  • Cycle Maps for all other Merseyside districts, Halton, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral, are also available from Merseytravel. Maps incorporate the Trans Pennine Trail National Cycle Route 62 and its access points.
  • General information on cycling around Merseyside can be found on Merseytravel's website.
  • New to cycling? Pedal Away provides regular weekly rides for beginners and advanced riders. They have several ‘Cycling Hubs’ in Knowsley. You can find the latest updates on their Facebook page.
  • Adult cyclist training and bike maintenance is available across Merseyside for anyone over the age of 16; more information about this is available from Merseytravel. Regular sessions take place and can provide you with skills to help you look after your bike and improve your confidence, safety and position on the road.
  • If you're unsure if cycling is for you, then check out Fitforme.
  • Sustrans Cycling Charity also offers plenty of advice and support.
  • Merseyside Cycling Campaign is a committee of volunteers who deal with Merseyside-wide cycling issues and campaign policy. They meet regularly to discuss current issues and planning matters and publish their quarterly cycling newsletter, Pedal Press.
  • Knowsley provides regular Wheels for All Sessions in Halewood
  • You can find a local bike shop here
  • Cycle parking is available at points throughout Knowsley.
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