Havant Borough Council is proud to promote cycling in the borough
According to the 2021 census, 12.1% of adults in the Borough cycle at least once a month, and 8.2% at least once a week. Commuter cycling (at least 5 days a week) at 1.2% has dropped significantly in the past decade, but this may be due to changes in commuting behaviour as a result of the pandemic.
We are therefore investing in infrastructure which helps people to make the choice to travel on foot or by bike where appropriate.
Cycle network map
Nestled between the South Downs and the Solent, there is a wealth of great cycling routes throughout the borough which are highlighted in our cycle map.
- Havant area cycle map (pdf 9.2 mb)
Printed copies of the map are available at local outlets such as council offices, libraries, colleges, railway stations and cycle shops.
The map covers the Borough and the southern parishes of East Hampshire (Rowlands Castle, Horndean and Clanfield) and includes details of all cycle facilities at the time of publication in summer 2018.