The Chilterns – we’re adding activities, places to go, to eat and drink, to hire bikes or catch trains. For information about cycling routes and where to ride, take a look at our dedicated Cycle Routes page. We also have a separate map of Cycling Events in the Chilterns.

Each of the designated ‘Chilterns Gateway Towns’ has its own web page with more detailed information, attractions, accommodation, establishments and suggested cycle rides in and around those towns. Towns, details and web links listed below the map.

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Accommodation: Hotels, B&B’s, camp sites etc
Attractions: Includes National Trust properties, breweries, museums, places to visit
Bicycle Education: (when available) Bikeability for children, MTB skills training for children and adults
Bike Shops: shops selling bicycles, accessories and/or doing bicycle repairs
Bike Hire: all bike hire outlets
Cafe: cycle friendly cafes
Cycle Facility: skate parks, pumptracks, BMX tracks and areas for cycling
Doctor Bike: (when available) free bike maintenance sessions
Electric Bike Charging Point: establishments happy to charge your electric bike battery
Electric Bike Hire: where to hire electric bikes
Events: organised or attended by the Cycle Chilterns team (for more cycle events, we have a dedicated Events page and map)
Pubs: a place to buy beer, they usually serve food, cyclist friendly
Restaurant: the usual
Ride Start: a great place to go cycling or a ride start. More info on our Routes page
Train Stations: public transport links into the Chilterns


Amersham – and Old Amersham at the bottom of the hill. One new, one traditional Chilterns. Coming soon…

Berkhamsted – busy little market town in Hertfordshire on the Grand Union Canal. Great shopping, a great selection of places to eat, Berkhamsted Castle and great links up into the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate. Cycling in Berkhamsted…

Chesham – one of the larger Chilterns towns centred around the pedestrianised high street, clock tower and pretty Lowndes Park and pond. Coming soon…

Great Missenden – a small market town in Buckinghamshire, home to the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre with a selection of pubs and cafes and a small high street. Cycling in Great Missenden…

Henley-on-Thames – famous for the regatta, there’s also some great cycling in this small corner of Oxfordshire. Cycling in Henley-on-Thames…

Tring – 700 year old market town in Hertfordshire full of history and heritage. Cycling in Tring…

Twyford – a small village in Berkshire on the edge of the Chilterns. Cycling in Twyford…

We also have information on Wendover and Princes Risborough throughout the website.

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