Known for its beautiful, historic architecture, Oxford still retains the ability to surprise us with its with its waterways, its parks and its hidden streets and gardens.
As well as seeing the university from close up, our Official Oxford Cycle tour shows you parts of the city that most visitors do not see, and travel by bicycle allows us to slip away to visit quiet waterways and meadows with wildlife and views of the city that will remain with you long after leaving.
We begin by cycling amongst dreaming spires, the students’ colleges and university departments before escaping the hustle and bustle of the city centre into the surrounding countryside, riding alongside the River Thames in Port Meadow, and having a glimpse of the daily lives of past and present Oxonians.
The Official Oxford cycle tour has 11 carefully selected stops, tailored to reflect a broad mixture of history, culture and hidden gems.
At each stop our friendly guides will share some insight into our historic city, allowing plenty of time for interaction and photographs.
Exploring the beautiful city of Oxford
Visit the spot where the Oxford Martyrs last stood
Ride under the Bridge of Sighs
Look out for the wonderful grotesque gargoyles watching over you
Ride some of the oldest paths inside Oxford city walls
Ride to the meeting place of the famous literary group The Inklings
Tour Length - 8 Miles / 13 Km
Difficulty – Very Easy
Tour Duration - 2 hours - 3 hours
Suitability - Family friendly
Bikes - All bikes, child seats and trailers available
Concessions Price - £21
Standard Price - £25
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24 hours rental costs just £12, with hire available from 30 minutes upward. Bikes available for hire in: Cheltenham; Cirencester; Cotswold Water Park; Tewkesbury; Stroud; Eynsham Hall; Kingham (railway station); Moreton-in-Marsh; Northleach; Oxford; Charlbury; Tetbury; and Whichford.
- Dog Friendly
- Dogs Accepted
- All major credit cards accepted
|Open New Year|
|Open (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|