Jumping on your bike and pedalling around London has just been made that little bit easier with the help of new map highlighting some of the capital's cycle routes.
Cycle Superhighways are shown alongside Quietways, with a traffic volume radar of low, medium and high, so cyclists can prepare for the varying traffic levels on the capital's roads.
Key destinations such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster and Leicester Square are pin-pointed along the routes and there is a useful chart which estimates how long it will take to get from one location to another.
For those who aren't keen cyclists, a cycle hire zone is also featured.
The map, which was originally launched last year by Route Plan Roll, has recently been given a makeover, inspired by the Tube map.
Map creator, Dermot Hanney told getwestlondon : "This map concentrates on getting cyclists into and around the centre of London."
"We are looking at many different opportunities but are particularly keen on further linking in the museums, galleries, parks, and universities to the broader cycle network and try show people how it's possible to visit them by bicycle if they so wish.
"We have also made a big play on highlighting where the London cycle hire boundaries are for those without a bike to hand."
Route Plan Roll pan to further develop the west London aspect of the map, adding in additional information with place tags for Paddington Basin and Little Venice.
You can download the map for free here .
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