Cycling routes around Jersey
Jersey has a signposted cycle network which includes Green Lanes and coastal cycle tracks.
Cycle routes map
Find different cycling journeys on the Visit Jersey website:
Find more information on cycle paths and different cycling provisions on the
countryside access map. The map shows you routes accessible to cyclists and includes the level of difficulty.
You can plan your journey on the
Types of cycle routes
There are different roads, paths and cycle lanes cyclists can use.
Understanding these means you can plan your journey and know what to expect.
Mandatory cycle lane
A cycle lane on the carriageway that gives cyclists space to travel. These are not physically separated from traffic but are marked by a white line and cycle symbol.
These are mandatory and motorists should not intersect the lane.
Advisory cycle lane
A cycle lane on the carriageway that gives cyclists space to travel. These are not physically separated from traffic and are marked by a dashed white line and cycle symbol.
These are advisory and motorists can intersect the lane where appropriate.
These lanes have a 15mph (miles per hour) speed limit and motorised vehicles should give priority to pedestrians, cyclists, and horses at all times.
Shared use path
A path that separates motorists from cyclists and pedestrians. Cyclists and pedestrians may or may not be separated, either with a white line or other feature.
A dedicated cycle track separated from general traffic by a physical barrier.
A route for all non-motorised users.
There are 3 types of cycle racks you can use free of charge across the Island. Find further information, including a map of cycle rack locations.
Check the weather before you cycle
Think about the weather before you start your journey and adapt your clothing. Also make sure you consider roads conditions.
Check the forecast before you set off on Jersey weather.
Jersey Countryside codes
Jersey has a network of paths across public and private land in some of the Island’s most beautiful landscapes. Find out where they are and who can use them by visiting access to the countryside.
When you cycle in these areas, take extra care and precaution to protect wildlife, and other users.
When cycling you should: