Getting started

Top tips for getting started with active travel.


Learn to ride, boost your cycling and get your workplace active with Momentwm from Newport Live.

Visit the Momentwm website

Route Planning

Plan your route and onward travel using a journey planner and maps that show local active travel routes around Newport.

Public transport and taxi services in Newport can be used to extend your range of journeys without a car.

Visit our public transport page

Hire bikes, trikes and adopted cycles

Wheels for All in Tredegar Park, Newport, is a nationally recognised initiative that embraces all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs to engage in the world of cycling.

Using specially adapted cycles, the activities are fun for everyone involved.

Visit the Wheels for All website

Bike theft prevention

Gwent Police offer advice on how to protect your bike from theft.

You can register your bike frame number with them. The number is stored in a national registration database, which means it can be traced back and returned to you if it is stolen and recovered by the police.

Check Gwent Police's We Don't Buy Crime Twitter feed for next local bike register event 

Secure, accessible bike storage is available 24 hours a day at Spokesafe in Newport city centre, with pay as you go and membership subscriptions available.

Visit the Spokesafe Newport website

Bike parking at Newport Live venue Station is free for Newport Live members. Non-members can park for a small fee. Find Station on Cambrian Street - between the city centre and the railway station.

Book your bike parking space via the Newport Live app 

Walking, wheeling, and cycling for leisure

Walking or wheeling for leisure? Follow these links to local leisure and tourism information, as well as information on local parks.

Leisure and tourism

Walking in Newport

Cycling in Newport

Get started with wheeling and cycling

Get started with walking