Councillors are hoping people across Lichfield and Burntwood will get in the saddle to mark the success of Team GB at the Rio Olympics.
The team won 11 medals, including golds for Jason Kenny and Laura Trott, and a silver for Mark Cavendish.
Now Staffordshire County Council hopes locals will be inspired to use their own pedal power to explore the area.
Cllr Mark Deaville, Cabinet Member for Transport and Highways at Staffordshire County Council, said: “There’s huge passion for cycling here in Staffordshire and with Team GB’s riders enjoying huge success in Rio we are sure to see even more people on their bikes.
“We have invested around £4million in cycling infrastructure improvements in the last year alone, making us a much more connected county, giving people alternative travel options and encouraging people to become more active. We’re also complementing this through a range of training and programmes to introduce people to cycling or give them more confidence to use their bikes regularly.”
The county council has put together an online map outlining key cycle routes across the county. Cycling maps for all districts, which show both traffic free and quieter routes, can be downloaded from www.staffordshire.gov.uk/cycling.