Cycling is fun, keeps us fit and helps keep the air we breathe cleaner. The road safety & travel awareness team provides training, advice and information to cyclists of all ages and types. We also produce route maps and promote cycling, taking part in Bike Week and other events.
More information on cycling in Dudley is available by following the links on the left. Alternatively, you can contact us using the form at the bottom of the page.
The forum is open to anyone with an interest in cycling and meets four times a year to discuss cycling in the borough as well as council proposals and strategies that relate to active travel.
Attended by elected members and senior council officers, the forum also facilitates debate on wider issues such as infrastructure, education, training and promotion of cycling.
More details can be found on the Cycle Forum page.
Bike Week is an annual event in June. More details can be found at the bike week website.
Various cycling activities will be running, usually on the first Saturday of every month , from "the hub" at Mary Stevens Park.
All activities are free of charge but must be booked in advance. For more information on activities and how to book, please see the information flyer at the bottom of the page.
Fun, friendly, social bikes rides for women.
Breeze rides will be running on the first Saturday of each month from "the hub", Mary Stevens Park, and on the last Friday of each month at 10.30 from Priory Park.
More information, how to book and details of other Breeze rides in the area can be found on the British Cycling website.
Cycling is environmentally friendly and provides staff with regular exercise thus helping to reduce stress. Storing cycles takes up less space than car parking.
Besides providing Bikeability training in schools and colleges we also run holiday schemes for children, group and family sessions and personalised sessions for adults.
There is a also a regular training programme on the first Saturday of the month at Mary Stevens Park. This includes sessions for children and adults, from complete beginners though to those looking to gain confidence riding on the road.
The canal network provides a great opportunity for leisure cycling, and commuting. You don't need a permit to ride on towpaths, but must follow the guides from the the Canal and River Trust.
The Travel Plan for cycling and walking is are about encouraging more sustainable transport modes, as well as considering if there is a real need for some journeys.
Centro wants to hear from people from across the West Midlands region about cycling to create a Cycling Charter. Find out more about the West Midlands Cycling Charter and take part in an online questionnaire.