- NCN4 Thames Cycle Route
- E1 Weybridge (NCN4) – Weybridge Station. This route simply connects from Weybridge town centre and nation cycle route 4 to Weybridge railway station. From there other routes go south to Bookham, Byfleet and beyond.
- E2 Weybridge Station – Bookham. The first part of this route is the busy Brooklands Road, but once past that it is a delightful route along very quiet roads and woodland paths all the way to Bookham.
- E3 Weybridge Station – Byfleet – Wisley. The first section to Byfleet is not very direct and includes a couple of busy roundabouts, but once at Byfleet the roads become much quieter and leads you through the tiny village of Wisley and past the Royal Horticultural Gardens which are well worth a visit. Currently the mapped route stops abruptly at the A3, but there is life beyond that point.
- E4 Weybridge – Walton Station – Hersham Station – Thames Ditton. This is one of the shortest routes to Kingston. At Thames Ditton it connects up with Kingston (London Cycle Network?) route 3 which takes you along the Portsmouth Road into the centre of Kingston.
- E6 Hersham Station – Xcel Leisure Centre. Newly signed by Surrey County Council this route gets you from Hersham Station to the Thames Path which is national cycle route 4. It also connects to the Xcel Leisure Centre if you need to exercise something other than your legs.
- E8 Weybridge – Addlestone
If you know of any good routes in the area, let us know. If we think they are good we’ll add them to the map.