The Glasgow City Council proposal, which would slow cyclists to walking pace, have been described as "ridiculous and unenforceable". Under the proposals, cyclists are asked not to be a nuisance to other park users and will only be allowed to ride on designated roads and paths.
David Brennan, cycling campaigner for Pedal on Parliament, said: "It is difficult and actually quite unsafe to keep your balance on a bike at that speed. This seems to demonstrate a wider attitude held by the council that cycling is just a nuisance."
The move is part of the council's Park Management Rules consultation, which also includes proposals to make dog walkers keep their pets on a tighter leash.