A number of Lands End to John O'Groats (LEJOG) route cyclists have stayed the greenhouse and we're very fortunate to have good, local cycle facilities such as www.stradacycles.co.uk who can help keep you and your bike on the road.
For others seeking less testing rides, why not discover and enjoy Bristol by accessing one of the ten routes in and around the city by looking at www.betterbybike.info The site is a mine of useful information and includes an excellent planning tool so you can easily come up with your own cycle route and schedule. City Centre cycle maps are available at the greenhouse.
Alternatively, take a day to cycle to Bath and back on the pretty flat, off-road Sustrans (ex railway) cycle path and see the delights of Roman and Georgian Bath. Its a gentle ride with plenty of refreshment stops on the way (both pubs and cafe's appear as you cycle this way in parallel to the River Avon).
As the UK's first 'Cycling City', Bristol has excellent cycle paths and routes to meet the needs of everyone.
The off-road cycle routes at nearby Ashton Court and 50 Acre Wood offer great facilities and competitions for off road cycling, with two new tracks in 2011. And yes, The Greenhouse has a hose to clean up your bike (and yourself) and rear, secure access for ease and bike security.
Since March 2015 The Greenhouse has offered its guests use of two high spec electric bicycles for use on a half-day or daily basis. If you'd like to try out an electric bike or leave your bikes at home and conqueer the hills of Bristol on an electric bicycle....then please call Fran on 0117 902 9166 to reserve your bicycle.