Networks and Maps

Epsom & Ewell Cycle Network

The borough has an extensive network of safe and attractive cycle routes.  These enable you to avoid busy main roads.  They are particularly good for exploring open spaces such as:

  • Epsom Common
  • Epsom Downs
  • Nonsuch Park
  • Horton Country Park
  • The Hogsmill

Epsom & Ewell Borough Council publishes a Family Cycle Map showing cycle route in these open spaces, as well as other routes in the borough.

There are also utility routes connecting Epsom with Stoneleigh, Ewell, NESCOT etc.

Surrey Interactive Map

Surrey’s interactive map can display cycle routes across the county. Select ‘Cycle Routes’ under ‘Roads and transport’ in the right-hand column.


cyclestreets can display maps of cycle routes. It can also suggest routes for cycle journeys. It will usually make three suggestions:
  • The quietest route
  • The fastest route
  • A balanced route.
There is also a map and search facility for showing the locations and details of collisions since 2005. It uses STATS19 data from the DfT. See

Surrey Cycle Guides

SCCmap3Surrey has now republished its set of cycle guides covering the whole of Surrey. These can be bought from libraries for £2 each.

You can also find cycle routes on the Surrey Interactive Map.

The Surrey Cycleway

The Surrey Cycleway is a circular signposted route with six main sections shown below plus links to important towns, including Epsom. A leaflet with an outline map of the route and brief descriptions of the places of interest is available from the County Cycling Officer, Surrey County Council, County Hall, Kingston, KT1 2DY. It consists of the following sections:

  • Epsom to Boxhill Station (12 km)
  • Boxhill station to Godalming (27 km)
  • Godalming to Ockley station (34 km)
  • Ockley station to Lingfield (27km)
  • Lingfield to Outwood (24 km)
  • Outwood to Boxhill station (26 km)

National Cycle Network

sustransThe National Cycle Network offers over 8,000 miles of signed, safe and attractive cycle routes in the UK. By 2005, 10,000 miles had put over half of the UK population within two miles of the Network.

One third of the Network is on traffic-free paths, with the rest on quiet minor roads and traffic-calmed streets. These well-marked routes provide fantastic leisure opportunities, as well as links into towns for schools, work and stations.

Disused railway lines, canal towpaths, riversides and parks, bringing the countryside right into town and city centres. For walkers and cyclists, young and old, those with prams and wheelchairs.

Further information and interactive mapping on

NCN22National Route 22 of the National Cycle Network runs south out of London, through Guildford and Farnham, to Petersfield and Havant and the Isle of Wight.

The route enters Epsom & Ewell at Tattenham Corner and crosses Epsom Downs on its way to Headley and Dorking.

London Cycle Guides

mapmapA series of cycling maps covers the whole of Greater London. The maps show official cycle routes, traffic-free routes and London Cycling Campaign members’ recommendations for quiet routes and cut-throughs.  Map 12 covers part of Epsom & Ewell and adjacent parts of Sutton and Kingston.

The maps are free and have been produced by Transport for London and the London Cycling Campaign. Based on the A-Z, and produced in colour, they are available by calling 020 7222 1234 or going to

The maps also contain useful tips for cyclists, lists of local bike shops and other up-to-date information.