Getting here by bike

Cycling to work is an excellent way to fit exercise into your daily life, improving your fitness and overall health. It can also be quicker than the car in peak periods … congestion isn’t a problem for the cyclist!

Travelling from Wakefield by bike is easy – a near continuous cycle route links Calder Park with the city centre and both Westgate and Kirkgate stations. It takes less than 20 minutes to get into the city by bike.

There’s a wide range of information below on cycle routes, advice on safety and lots more, so whether you fancy trying cycling to get to work … or just fancy finding out what options are out there for a leisurely weekend ride, we hope you’ll find this website useful.

To keep up to date with cycling news and events, why not register to receive the Calder Park community newsletter? Click here to find out more.

Plan a journey by bike

Cycle maps

Cycle discounts

Local cycle maintenance

Useful links

To plan your journey by bike click here and simply enter your journey start and finish points – you can opt to see the quickest or easiest route, or something in between.

Take a look at the growing range of cycle routes available across Wakefield and beyond:

Wakefield Cycle Map

Wakefield Wheel Pass

National Cycle Network 69

Ask your employer whether they are signed up to the Cycle to Work scheme. The scheme enables employees to purchase a bike through salary sacrifice, so you pay off the cost over a 12 month period and as an added bonus you won’t pay tax or NI contributions on the cost of the bike, saving you up to 45%.

For more information on setting up a Cycle to Work scheme for your employees or to find out if your employer is signed up get in touch

The Hub at Hampsons garden centre on Denby Dale Road offers cycle purchase (new and recycled) as well as maintenance and repairs, just minutes from the business park.

To find out more please click here.