Archer told the Nursing Standard: "In the beginning I thought they would not let me continue but now I think the [Primary Care Trust] will allow me to ride my bike at work."
She is to examine the supposed hazards of cycling as part of a working group set by her employer, the Bournemouth Teaching Primary Care Trust.
Archer wants to get back on her bike and show others it’s a safe, quick and health-promoting activity.
"I have had a great deal of support from other professionals and local people," she said.
A spokesman for the Bournemouth Trust said: "The growing number of physical assaults on NHS staff means sensible precautions may need to be taken when community nursing staff are working in higher risk areas."