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Green Park Cycle Hire

Occupiers can enjoy the fresh air and take in the surroundings of Green Park with one of the Green Park bicycles available from 250 South Oak Way or 100 Longwater Avenue.

These bicycles are free to use by occupiers wanting to travel within the Estate. Ask the friendly reception teams at these buildings for the code to unlock the chain and enjoy our beautiful landscape.

There’s a network of cycle paths in and around Reading. Green Park is located on National Route number 23 which connects with NCN4 into central Reading or south to Basingstoke.

Green Park has traffic free routes to Reading town centre, either going along the Foudry Brook and River Kennet, or along the A33. A map of the local routes is available from reception in our managed buildings or on this link.

At Green Park we are already promoting environmentally friendly ways to travel. We are also thinking to the future, planning initiatives that will serve the transport needs of those living and working in the area during the years to come.

There is a number of cycling related discounts for bike purchases, accessories and servicing with easitNETWORK.

Green Park Cycling strategy

  1. Aims to encourage and promote sustainable transport.
  2. Looks at how to improve the cycling environment.
  3. Through the above to increase the numbers of employees cycling to/from Green Park

Sign up to eastitGREEN PARK which offfers discounts on bicycles and bike parts as well as many offers on public transportation.

For local cycling information please look at the below links:

Reading Cycle Campaign
Reading Travel Information
Sustrans – cycling in the UK