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CYCLEWight is an advocacy group that seeks better cycle provision on the Island. We will cooperate with any organisation or individual that wishes to work towards that goal. The group participates in ways to encourage more people of all ages to learn of the joys and benefits of cycling.
Cycling Health Benefits
Published by Tim Thorne - 4/8/2022
Tour of Britain VIP Poster
Published by Tim Thorne - 29/7/2022
Isle of Wight hosting stage 8 of Tour Of Britain
Published by Tim Thorne - 8/7/2022
IWC Levelling Up Bid
Published by Tim Thorne - 18/6/2022
Mews Lane Shared Path Upgrade Completed
Published by Webmaster - 29/3/2022
Carisbrooke & Gunville Greenways
Published by - 2/3/2022
LCWIP Consultations
Published by Tim Thorne - 21/1/2022
Carisbrooke & Gunville Greenways
Published by Tim Thorne - 21/1/2022
2022 Tour of Britain - Isle of Wight - Stage 8 - Sunday 11th September

The race is due to start in Ryde between 11am-12pm and finishes at the Needles Battery approx. 3.30pm
19 of the world’s best cycling teams and 100 pro riders will take part
The whole race will be televised live on ITV4 in the UK and around the world by Eurosport and the Global Cycling Network (GCN). A one-hour highlights show will also be shown each evening  
Race route is 150km, around 93 miles across the Island  
We have a designated event page where you can find all the latest news on the event:
https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/tob
We have also created the full route and segments on Strava, so you can ride the roads before the pros: https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/whats-on/events/tour-of-britain/routes
Here’s a recent blog from local rider, Tim Wiggins, on the route:
https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/blog/read/2022/06/tour-of-britain-preview-of-isle-of-wight-stage-by-tim-wiggins-b362
If you make it out, don’t forget to tag @VisitIOW in your posts on social media! :)
Want to see more of the finish with VIP access? Click HERE for more information
IW Mountain Bike Centre
New for 2022 season the Isle of Wight Mountain Bike Centre have created three new cross country loops and an additional 5 downhill trails. The trails range from green graded to black, this means they are now able to cater for every ability. The loops are approximately 14km in total, the green loop is 4km, blue loop is 9km and the red loop is an additional 4km off of the blue loop. The team at the centre now have a dedicated bike shop, service centre, hot food and drink and tuck shop. The centre is now providing hire bikes, coaching and leadership rides. This is all due to start in April. There will also be 4 groups rides available to customers; Kids Club, Mini Shredders, Ladies Club and Bike Friendly Club.
Mews Lane Shared Use Path
Upgrade Completed



The work to widen and upgrade the path between Mews Lane and The Riverside Centre making it suitable for use by cyclists, pedestrians and the mobility impaired has been delivered by Island Roads on behalf of the Isle of Wight Council.  Read more....



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