Sir Chris Hoy rides the Odd Down Cycle Circuit

Odd Down Cycling Circuit has been specifically designed to introduce and develop opportunities for cyclists to train at all levels

Access to the cycle circuit can be through either supervised sessions and club sessions or on a turn up and ride basis depending on availability (Pay as you go)

Please check the circuit timeatable and Go By Bike webpage for all session times and details


Topping out ceremony for Odd Down Sports Ground Pavilion - Read More


Odd Down Playing Fields Newsletter No1. Read Newsletter

3G pitch is now open to the public.

Sulis Scorpions youth training: Saturdays 9:00 - 12:00.  To find out more go to:

Wheels for All 'Saturday Club'- inclusive cycling sessions: Saturdays 13:00- 14:30.  To find out more go to the Wheels for All web page

How to Book the Circuit:

To book the circuit, please contact Sport and Active Lifestyles on 01225 396429 or email

Please Note - before use of the facilities at Odd Down, you will need to notify the groundsman of your intent. You may not be able to gain access to some of the facilities without the groundsman present!

Ring - 07980998896 for confirmation.

Hire Costs:

A full list of hire costs can be found in the 'Documents' section to the right of the page.


Champion cyclist Dani King MBE is the queen of Odd Down Cycle Circuit:

The Olympic and World Champion cyclist Dani King MBE officially opened Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Odd Down Cycle Circuit on Saturday 13 July.

Cutting the ribon at Odd Down Cycle Circuit

Following in the tracks of Sir Chris Hoy – who toured the 1.5km closed-road circuit in June – Dani signed autographs and chatted with visitors as she kicked off a day of fun for all the family.

The Cycle Circuit is the first phase in the planned redevelopment of the whole Odd Down site, which will include a new 3G Astro Pitch, improved pitches and new changing facilities.

Odd Down Cycling Circuit statement from the Council and British Cycling:

Odd Down Cycling Circuit has been specifically designed to introduce and develop opportunities for cyclists to train at all levels – as such the Circuit is unlike other cycle paths in the area which are used for general recreation. Although we welcome all ages and abilities to the Circuit, we need to ensure that it is used in a safe and controlled environment, for the benefit of all.  Read full statement in documents section.

Bath & North East Somerset Council and British Cycling are working with cycling clubs across the district, including Bath CC, VC Walcot and Somer Valley CC to ensure they can make full use of the new circuit, along with the formation of a new youth cycling alliance club for Bath and North East Somerset.


The cycle circuit is part of the Odd Down Playing Fields, Chelwood Drive, Bath BA2 2PR

Odd Down Map

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