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Cycle paths, footpaths, bridleways and byways are all managed and maintained by Lancashire County Council.
To find out about cycling routes in Preston please visit Lancashire County Council - cycling routes.
We have also added a number of popular cycling routes in Preston, which can be downloaded from the documents section.
It is important that the cycle routes in Preston are maintained to a good standard. If you would like to report a defect on a cycle route contact email@example.com or telephone 0300 123 6780.
Please note: if you think that the problem is on land owned by Preston City Council you will need to contact Preston City Council, Parks Department. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01772 906000.
Preston Guild Wheel is a 21 mile cycleway that circles around the city.
The Guild Wheel route makes the most of the different landscapes and greenery that surrounds the city, creating a rich and varied environment for everyone to enjoy.
For more information visit Preston Guild City - Guild Wheel
Lancashire has a network of 3,716 miles of public rights of way, including 240 miles of Bridleways. Lancashire County Council's countryside service has a statutory responsibility for these public rights of way.
For more information on public rights of way visit Lancashire County Council - cycling.