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Transport from Hendon: Cycling to Hendon

Real time information on local transport to and from Hendon


Cycling is permitted for exercise and to get to work. You can cycle in groups of up to 6 people, but you must maintain social distancing.

University advice on what's happening this autumn.

Cycle route planning

Cyclestreets will suggest a quietest route, a balanced route and a fastest route. 

Use it as a guide to finding routes you may not have thought of.    Other route planning maps are available:

Routes to Hendon campus

Bicycles on the tube

Folded bicycles: Free of charge on the tube at all times.

Non-folding bicycles: Free of charge on some sections of the tube outside peak times. Peak times: 07.30 - 09.30 and 16.00 - 19.00, Monday to Friday, except public holidays.

Non-folding bicyclesDuring peak hours in the opposite direction to the majority of travelers on some routes, normally not underground. This includes the Northern Line near Middlesex University in the following sections only:

  • Edgware to Collindale
  • Golders Green to Hendon
  • East Finchley to Mill Hill East and High Barnet

The same rules apply to DLR (except Bank station), most Overground services and TfL Rail.

River services also take bikes, as does the Emirates Air Line.

Bikes on Thameslink trains