Cycling from Murray Edwards College
Cycling in Cambridge is famous. When featured on the television, imagery of hundreds of cyclists often accompanies the piece. Our relatively small city is mainly flat and very easy to get around by bicycle. It includes over 80 miles of cycle lanes and routes offering a quick and easy way to travel throughout the city, whilst cutting down on your carbon footprint and maintaining your own fitness commitments.
Getting to Cambridge
Should you take the train into Cambridge and then cycle to Murray Edwards College; the journey will take just 13 minutes through the historic city centre. The National Rail Enquiries website offers ‘PlusBike’; a “one stop shop for information about your combined cycle and rail journey”.
Even if you bring your bicycle with your car, Murray Edwards College offers free, on-site car parking at the rear of the College.