Stockport...It's Your Move!
Get walking, wheeling or cycling in Stockport
Foodie Fridays, award-winning restaurants, a thriving microbrewery scene… there’s something special in the air in Stockport.
We’ve improved walking and cycling links through the most historic parts of the town centre and St Petersgate.
Try out new cycling and walking routes
We’re building the UK's largest active travel network.
1,800 miles of safe, traffic-free cycling and walking routes. More than 2,400 new, safer road crossings. All linking up to public transport so you can get even further.
There’s lots happening in Stockport. We've already delivered:
And there's more on the way!
Learn to ride or fix your bike
Cheaper than the car, faster than your feet. Cycling’s for everyone.
Whatever you’re looking to learn, we’ve got a course to fit.
Build your confidence. Learn for the first time. Ride together as a family. Mend a puncture or fix your brakes. You don’t even need to own a bike to get started.
Borrow a bike in Stockport
Want to try out a bike for free? It’s as easy as borrowing a book. Just pop down to your local bike library and take one out for a spin.
Get in touch and get exploring:
Dirt Factory, Stockport, SK6. Click here to find out more.
Make your move, together!
Want company? Joining a local walking or cycling group is a fun and friendly way to get active. Explore new places, meet new people and learn new skills.
Get in touch with this Cycle and Stride group in Stockport:
Seashell Trust - National charity supporting children and young people with complex learning difficulties, disabilities and additional needs.
Boss the school run
Why walk, wheel or cycle to school? Come on, it's much more fun!
And a great, stress-free start to the day:
✔️ Get fit, get happy, enjoy quality time with the kids.
✔️ No need to find parking. Just cruise up to the school gates.
✔️ A traffic-free, reliable route that takes the same time, every time.
✔️ Cleaner air at the school gates.
We’re doing our bit through School Streets, cycle training for students and youth ambassador programmes.
Why not plan your route and give it a trial run?