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Brighten up – Get noticed!

Cycling is a fantastic activity to enjoy all year round, but as the winter nights draw in, and temperatures begin to fall, it’s more important then ever to take the necessary precautions for a safe winter cycle ride. To stay safe, … Continue reading

Path closures on Teign Estuary Trail, Newton Abbot

The racecourse section of the Teign Estuary Trail will be closed by Newton Abbot Racing to protect the health and safety of horses and riders during race meetings. To find out when the route will be closed in 2016, visit … Continue reading

£6 million boost from Devon Stage of The Tour

Tour of Britain 2014 Posted on: 10 November 2014 This year’s Devon Stage of the Friends Life Tour of Britain generated more than £6 million for the local economy, according to an independent report. The report, commissioned by The Tour, … Continue reading

Bikeability School Travel Survey

To all Devon Schools: Devon County Council and The Association of Bikeability Schemes (TABS) invite your  school to register for the online 2014/15 Devon  Bikeability School Travel Survey for pupils in Years 5 and 6. Please complete the online registration … Continue reading

Rob beats bike battle

    Posted on: 13 June 2014   Rob has battled dyspraxia and coordination issues since childhood, but then he reached his thirties and found an adult cycle confidence session delivered through Excel on behalf of Devon County Council as … Continue reading

Devon to benefit from sustainable transport funding

    Devon County Council has today (Friday 11 July) received £1.1 million from the Government for sustainable transport schemes. Devon has successfully bid for the Local Sustainable Transport Funding as a one year extension for its two projects which … Continue reading

Teign Estuary Trail plans progressing

l  9 June 2014 Devon County Council is moving forward in planning the next section of the Teign Estuary Trail. Detailed design for the 2.5 mile section from Kingsteignton to Bishopsteignton is now progressing in parallel with work towards the … Continue reading

Our Sustrans Active Travel Officers

Joel Smith and Martin Burrows are our Active Travel Officers. They work in schools in Exeter, Exe Estuary, Newton Abbot and Totnes encouraging pupils (and staff!) to walk, cycle and scoot. Find out more about their work: Spring term 2014 … Continue reading

Do you want to do it on road or off road?

Road racing coaching sessions Exeter Wheelers is excited to launch Go-Ride in Exeter, with the support of Devon County Council and British Cycling. This scheme is designed to help young cyclists (aged 8-15) learn the skills involved in sport road … Continue reading

The Tour is coming

The Tour of Britain will return to Devon on Thursday 11 September 2014 At a national launch event in London on Monday 31 March, The Tour organisers SweetSpot Group and hosts Devon County Council announced that the Devon Stage of … Continue reading

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More Devon children to benefit from Bikeability training

Devon County Council has successfully secured £140,000 of funding from the Department for Transport to provide Bikeability cycle training to around 3,500 schoolchildren in Devon over the coming months Continue reading

Planning application to be submitted for Sidbury to Sidford walking and cycling trail

A planning application for a proposed walking and cycling trail from Sidbury to Sidford will shortly be submitted by Devon County Council Continue reading

Latest section of Stop Line Way opens

The latest section of the Stop Line Way has opened to the public – providing a cycling and walking route between Seaton and Colyford Common Continue reading

Successful Cycle Sunday gets people on their bikes

Cycle Sunday event at Barnstaple’s Rock attracts more than 1,000 people to take part in a free celebration of cycling Continue reading

Cycle Sunday in Barnstaple

Cycle Sunday event aims to inspire and motivate more people to cycle more often with a range of fun activities for all the family Continue reading