This year we have 5 bike rides, each is suitable for different types of riders!
For more infomation on the rides, including maps of the routes, please download the Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride Booklet!
Bristol City Council recommend children under 14 years are accompanied by an adult.
On your return to the city, cycle parking is available for you to enjoy the Festival of Nature, but please don’t forget to bring a bike lock.
Clevedon Challenge (38 miles)
Start time: 09:00am
Heads along the Portway and over the M5 bridge cycle path to Pill and Portbury, along the Gordano Valley to Clevedon, then through Brockley Combe, Barrow Gurney, Ashton Court and back to the Harbourside.
Experienced cyclists looking for a very challenging ride on busy roads for long distances. There are a number of hill climbs and descents which require a high level of fitness.
Waterstation at Brockley Combe provided by Solar Sense.
'The Tyntesfield 20' (20 miles)
Start time: 09.15am
This new route has been introduced to mark the 20th anniversary of Bristol's Biggest Bike Ride. It takes the same route as the Clevedon Challenge as far as Portbury where the riders split off and head towards Wraxall and the Tyntesfield Estate.
Sustrans Ride to Portishead (24 miles)
Start time: 09:30am
A flat, family-friendly loop ride to Portishead, returning on the traffic-free Pill path to the Harbourside.
Avon Gorge Loop (14 miles)
Start times: 09:50am and 10:10am
Takes in the spectacular scenery of the Avon Gorge before turning through Shirehampton village, across Avonmouth Bridge and back to the Harbourside.
Family Fiesta (9 miles)
Start Time: 10:30am
A popular family ride suitable for families with young children, or people who just want to enjoy the beautiful Avon Gorge. The ride goes out along the Portway and back to Harbourside.