Here are some details about the cycle provisions in and around Enfield. If you are either new to cycling or new to the area, its a great place to start. We will try and ensure this page is up to date as possible. The inclusion of any facility is not any form of endorsement from us.
This page will includes services provided by Cycle Enfield (part of Enfield Borough Council), LCC, local community groups and companies..
Please comment on any of the facilities listed or suggest new things we should include in the comments section.
Cycle security Marking
For events across London visit the Met cycle marking page
Cycle maintenance checks
Enfield runs ‘Dr Bike’ clinics in Palmers Green triangle (1st & 3rd Saturdays) and Enfield Town market (2nd & 4th Saturdays) . They are a chance for free check ups and minor repairs from a qualified bike mechanic.
For full details visit the Cycle Enfield activities site
There are similar services in Haringey often at Finsbury Park, Lordship Rec and Priory Park and occasionally Alexandra Palace Farmers Market. Visit Haringey’s cycling page for more details.
Cycle Training in Enfield
Cycle training for children
Cycle training for families
Cycle training for adults
Cycle hire in Enfield
£10 Cycle hire (Cycle Enfield)
If you are interested in finding out if you want to be a cyclist you can borrow a bike from Cycle Enfield for 4 weeks for only £10. This offer is open to everybody who lives, works or studies in Enfield. This scheme is paid for by Enfield Council and administered by LCC. The bike will come with helmets, locks etc. At the end there will be a no pressure option to by the bike at market rate.
For more details visit: http://cycleenfield.co.uk/category/cycling-events/10-pound-cycle-loans/
Cycle hire at Forty hall (Cycle Enfield)
Enfield Town Station Bike & Go (Cycle Enfield)
There are currently no commercial options that we know of in or around Enfield.
Cycle route planning
Have you tried LCC’s new route planner in association with CycleStreets. It is available at http://routes.lcc.org.uk. CycleStreets also have a free phone app. For more details visit: http://www.cyclestreets.net
The bike citizens app is a really user friendly cycling guide. It is free to download but you do pay for each city may you need. For more information see: http://www.bikecitizens.net/app/ They also make a great silicon universal phone holder for handlebars called the Finn.