Explore the island on two wheels and enjoy our suggested Move More Self-Guided Cycle Routes.
Take a ride along the south coast if you’re a beginner, or try a more challenging route through the east of the island if you’re a more experienced cyclist. There’s something for everyone, with self-guided cycle routes starting at various locations across the island, at different levels.
Simply read the Course Fact Sheet for all you need to know about each route before you set off, then enjoy the ride! We’d love to see your pictures if you stop off along these routes – so please share your photos across social media using #MoveMoreJersey
This is a great cycle route for beginners which takes you along the south coast cycle paths from La Haule to Havre des Pas and back, where you’ll enjoy unspoilt sea views.
The route covers approximately 8.5 miles (13.7km) and should take 45-60 minutes.
Cycling along a combination of main roads and country lanes, travel across the north west of the island, through St John, St Mary and St Ouen.
This is a steady ride suitable for confident cyclists and covers a distance of 16 miles (26km) with an overall elevation of 375ft and should take 80-100 minutes.
This cycle route takes you from Les Jardins de la Mer, St Helier, through the centre of the island, incorporating Waterworks Valley and sections of the north. You’ll cycle along a combination of main roads and country lanes with an overall elevation of 700ft.
It’s suitable for experienced, confident riders and covers approximately 16 miles (26 km) with an estimated completion time of 70-95 minutes.
From Longbeach car park, Gorey, in Grouville, this route takes you around the east and north east of the island, predominantly on country lanes with an overall elevation of 700ft.
This route is for confident, experienced cyclists and at just under 18 miles (29km) should take 60-120 minutes depending on fitness level.
An extra challenging cycle route that takes you from St Brelade around the west of the island via Corbiere, L’Etacq and St Peter’s Valley. It’s for experienced, confident cyclists and includes a 950ft incline and a total distance of approximately 22 miles (36km).
You’ll cycle along main roads and country lanes taking in a combination of stunning coastal scenery and rural views.