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Cycling is cheap, fast and effective way of getting around Cambridge. But it's important that you use your bike safely. Please work through the following resources, paying particular attention if you're new to cycling on roads.
You must register your bike with the Porters' Lodge. You can store your bike in Churchill's own bike sheds.
We have a Cycle Repair Shop on-site, Blazing Saddles. It's just off Churchill Road, pictured below.
First, watch this brief video which introduces you to cycling in Cambridge.
Or download this leaflet; it contains similar information.
It is against the law to cycle without lights and reflectors after dark. Not only is cycling without lights extremely dangerous; you could be stopped by the police and fined. It's also a good idea to use cycle lights in low visibility conditions, such as rain and fog.
CamCycle has a great poster which summarises the requirements.
Bike theft is common in Cambridge. Remember:
Please read the advice given by CamCycle via the link below. You must also register your bike with the Porters' Lodge.
A comprehensive collection of cycling resources, including advice on maintenance, is available on the CamCylcle website.