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Good Journey is the trading name of Good Journey Network CIC. The Good Journey Mark logo and ‘good journey’ logo are trademarks of Good Journey Network CIC and cannot be used without permission.

Photo credits

Header photos are kindly supplied by Go South Coast, Wiltshire Council, New Forest National Park, Grand Central, GoLakes Travel, Arriva UK Bus, (Accessibility page), (‘Join us’ page, ‘Cycling’ page, and ‘Consultancy’ page), Visit Wales © Crown copyright (2021) Visit Wales. Image of family walking through a field on the ‘Places kids will love’ page is also by All other photos are copyright of Good Journey Network CIC or used with permission of the owners.


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The walking routes, journeys and itineraries on this website are suggestions only and undertaken at your own risk. Any timings are indicative only. All public transport and opening times are subject to change and should be checked before setting out.

Good Journey’s position on bike helmets

Good Journey believes that wearing a bicycle helmet should be a personal choice.

We promote car-free leisure travel in the UK. Cycling is part of that, because it’s good for our planet.

Helmets are designed to help protect the rider from minor knocks and bumps. Evidence shows that with cycling, we’re safer in numbers. The more people who do it, the safer it is. Various experts and organisations have shown that when the law makes it compulsory to wear a helmet, fewer people cycle.

As we want more people to enjoy travelling safely and sustainably in the UK, we believe that wearing a helmet should not be compulsory by law. Adults should be able to decide whether to wear a helmet, and parents should be able to decide for their child/ren.

We choose images that promote cycling for leisure, whether the riders are wearing helmets or not.

This position is in line with guidance, research and evidence by the following organisations: