Epsom & Ewell has several beautiful open spaces which are great for cycling including

  • Epsom Downs
  • Epsom Common Local Nature Reserve
  • Nonsuch Park
  • Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve
  • Horton Country Park Local Nature Reserve

Round the Borough Bike

The Round the Borough Bike forms one part of the Round the Borough Hike and Bike challenge, with the bike event usually taking place annually in May. 

The 20 mile mainly off-road route takes place in some of the most beautiful open spaces in Epsom and Ewell. The event is open to all ages and participants can register for free.

To find out more about the event please visit our round the borough hike and bike web page or contact the Community Development team for more information.

Surrey Wheels for All

Surrey Wheels for All (SWFA) is part of a nationally recognised programme managed by the charity, Cycling Projects. The aim of the programme is to offer inclusive cycling opportunities to people of all ages who may have a disability. A range of specially adapted cycles have been developed as part of the programme to enable as many people to cycle as possible. A weekly cycling programme operates on the athletics track at the Harrier Centre in Ewell. All of the sessions are delivered by SWFA staff and volunteers.

  • Children's sessions - Thursdays 3.15pm - 5.15pm and Saturdays 1.30pm - 4pm
  • Adult sessions - Thursdays 1pm - 3pm

To find out more information please visit the Wheels For All website. You can also contact the SWFA Co-ordinator directly by email.

Please contact the Leisure Developments(link sends e-mail) team for details of local cycling clubs.

Let's ride

For cycling events, teaching resources and cycling clubs, please visit

BMX facilities in Epsom and Ewell

Epsom and Ewell has two skate park facilities that cater for BMX, skateboarding and scootering.

  • Long Grove Skate Park, Long Grove Park, KT19 8TE
  • Watersedge Skate Park, The Hogsmill Local Nature Reserve, KT19 9PS

Surrey Cycling Strategy

The Surrey Cycling Strategy, annexes and post adoption environmental statement are available to view on the Surrey County Council website.