A Burntwood councillor is urging locals to get in the saddle for National Bike Week.
Staffordshire is hoping to build on cycling projects as part of the awareness event which takes place all this week.
The county currently has 240km of rural cycle lanes and is home to more than 80km of the National Cycle Network.
Cllr Helen Fisher, Cabinet Support member for Highways and Transport at Staffordshire County Council, said: “Cycling is a great activity that can help keep people and families fit and active.
“Whether it’s a gentle ride by the canal with the family or a more challenging hill climb you’re after, we’ll have something to suit.
“We’re keen to see more people cycling for leisure and work and this is the perfect week to get started and join in the campaign. We’re also continuing our work in schools to encourage more active travel, and our Bikability training is making sure children can cycle safely.”
For more details about cycle routes across Lichfield and Burntwood visit the Staffordshire County Council website.