5,220 Miles

of off-road cycle paths

7,519 Miles

of on-road cycle paths

£2 Billion

announced on 9th May 2020, to be spent on improving cycling and walking


is the width requirement for space between sheffield parking stands

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the width of a DryCycle.

(0.99m including wing mirrors, but they're usually above the top of any sheffield stands)

7.1 MPH

Is the Average Speed of Traffic in Central London

11.6 MPH

Is the Average Speed of Traffic in Inner London

227 Hours

Is the average amount of time lost by car commuters in London each year to traffic.

15.5 MPH

Is the maximum motor assisted speed of a DryCycle - you can pedal faster if you wish to

Going through width and height restrictions on


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With the increasing number of cycle paths and bus lanes you can take advantage of these routes to get around traffic in your DryCycle.


And, with the crash protection that the DryCycle provides, you don't even need to worry whether or not the cycle path is separated from other road vehicles, which given the disjointed nature of some cycle paths is a real benefit.

The DryCycle's ridiculously tight 4m (kerb to kerb) turning circle also makes it simple to transition through width restricting chicanes or from one path to another, or back onto the road again.

The Photos below show one of our DryCycle Prototypes in London - we didn't use it on the pavement, merely pushed it onto the pavement for some photos so that we were out of the way of our fellow cyclists whilst we took in the landmarks!

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You can use Bus Lanes, where those bus lanes show a bicycle symbol on the sign