National Cycle Network

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Sustrans has worked with local authorities and other stakeholders to develop the National Cycle Network, which connects towns and cities across the UK. NCN Route 4 (London to Reading) passes through the Royal Borough from Egham in the east, via Windsor, Eton, Bray, and Maidenhead, before heading off towards Henley in the west. There are also links to Slough and Heathrow (NCN Route 61) and to Cookham (NCN Route 50).

Sustrans has an on-line map showing all of these links. They have produced a Thames Valley Cycle Route map and guide, which features NCN routes between Oxford and London. This is available to buy through their website. They have also worked with the Royal Borough and Slough Borough Council to produced a leaflet of routes around the Jubilee River and Slough Linear Park.

Document downloads


Document name Type Size
Cycle map - Jubilee River pdf 545.67 KB
Cycle map and guide part 1 pdf 1.61 MB
Cycle map and guide part 2 pdf 1.64 MB
Cycling action plan pdf 1.99 MB