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National Cycle Network added to OS Maps!
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with Sustrans to create a brand new FREE layer in the OS Maps Web.
Keep calm and pedal
Planning activities for the Summer holidays? Hoping to get your family outside and active? How about going on a bike adventure this year?
Stonehenge Winter Solstice Night Ride
The Spring Equinox on 21 March is 1 of only 4 open access times to Stonehenge each year. Why not beat the traffic and cycle to the iconic monument like OS #GetOutside Champion Jack Thurston.
Beginners guide to choosing a GPS device
Would you like to use a walking, running or cycling GPS device to make your outdoor activities easier, safer or more fun but don't know where to start? This huge guide to choosing a GPS will get you started.
2019 British Walking & Cycling Festivals
From family strolls to extreme challenges, there are walking festivals and cycling festivals and events all over Britain in 2019. Search by location, or see the events in the next few days.
Happy Hobby Month! January is a great time to have a go at something you've always fancied trying or wished you could do. Don't wish it, go for it! To get you started, here's some hobby inspiration from our GetOutside Champions and Ordnance Survey staff.
5 amazing adventures to try in 2019
GetOutside Champions Jen & Sim Benson are endurance athletes, guidebook authors and passionate explorers of the great British outdoors - here's 5 amazing adventures they think you should try in 2019.
The 8 Greatest Cyclists of Our Generation
They inspire us, they motivate us, they encourage us. Encourage us to be better, stronger, and faster. They are unique people who deserve the status of the greatest cyclists of our generation.
Winter riding guide
Many children (and some big kids) will have a bike on their Christmas list this year but sometimes winter can be a challenge to get out on these shiny new wheels. Helen Pollard gives us her top tips to keep wheels turning until spring returns.
The Kintyre Way by bike
The Kintyre way; 100miles of waymarked, unexplored natural beauty in the Kintyre peninsula that stretches from Tarbert to Machrihanish. Known for being a long-distance walking path, recent changes mean it's now rideable too.