London cycle parking map

Explore our London cycle parking map to find parking near you.


An extra optional layer has been added to the map so you can see police reported stolen bike locations near the cycle parking. The cycle parking data is from TfL, if you select each ‘P’ on the map further information will display, including a photo if available.

If you would like to see further cycle parking near you, Stolen Ride can try and make it happen. Please visit the cycle parking solutions page and pass the details on to your council, local facility or employer.

Useful information

  • The cycle parking (and cycle routes) data was last pulled from TfL on 12/02/2022 and is static.
  • Select ‘visible layers’ to see all the layers of available data. Note, the layer selector shows as a burger menu (top right of the map) if you’re viewing on a mobile. The data includes cycle parking, routes and stolen bike data from the Met, City of London and BTP.
  • Police data is from our London stolen bike map and is static (01/07/2018 – 01/07/2019)

Police theft data is not pinpoint accurate, so it’s unlikely that you will find cycle parking and stolen bike pins on top of each other on the map. We too wish this was available! An example of how the police record a theft location is “on or near X road”, so the pin might be 100 metres, for example, from the actual theft location.

This page/map was last updated on the 12/02/2022. It replaces a map that contained cycle parking data from OpenStreetMap and not from TfL. If you would like to view the old map, see here. OpenStreetMap is a user driven platform so is reliant on user accuracy.

This cycle parking map is here for general information only; please don’t rely on it to plan your journeys or for your safety.

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