CYCLING AND THE MID CHESHIRE LINE

There are plenty of places to enjoy by bike from the Line. It is better to travel with your bike on the off-peak trains (between 9.30am and 3.30pm or after 7.30pm) as it is only normally two bikes per train and this is on a first come, first served basis.

Northern Rail is committed to cycling.
Click here for further information regarding bikes on trains.

Delamere Forest Park offers opportunities for off-road cycling and bikes can be hired by Linmere Visitor Centre from Tracs UK.

The Chester Cycle City website has lots of information and advice for cyclists including a route planner to help you work out different routes to stations.

Cycle GM provides cycling information in the Greater Manchester area including routes and events.

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Line News & Events

  • MID CHESHIRE LINE MUSIC TRAINS

    7th July 2022 - 19th October 2022

    Music Trains are back in 2022 ....

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  • Friends of Altrincham Interchange Celebrate Queen Elizabeth's Birthday

    21st April 2022

    Happy Birthday to HM #QueenElizabeth and thank you for officially opening our Platform #Library #Bookswap #Altrincham on Platform 4 ....

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    18th October 2021

    Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership joins national campaign encouraging people to ‘Go Green by Train’ to help tackle climate emergency .....

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  • FLEXIBLE BUS SURVEY

    14th July 2021

    Cheshire West and Chester Council would like your thoughts to help with the planning of an innovative new bus service ....

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  • CRP ACHIEVES GOVERNMENT ACCREDITATION

    9th April 2021

    The Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership has achieved government accreditation ....

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This site has been re-designed using funding from the Designated Community Rail Development Fund - thank you to DfT, Network Rail and the Association of Community Rail Partnerships for their support.

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