Brighton is a beautiful place for a seaside holiday and nothing screams beachfront holiday more than riding your bike with your family.
Park and Trail Routes
Downs Link - This path is 37 miles long and is based in West Sussex, it serves a wonderful day out, it’s a long route so stops along the way will be needed.
Dyke Railway Trail - A cycling route like this is great if you’re looking for a trip that’ll take a day. Here you’ll find restaurants, wheelchair ramps and more!
Preston Park Cycle Track - If you’re looking for a professional setting to cycle in, this would be ideal. You could always try getting your kids used to bikes with a balance bike on a trail like this.
Bedgebury pinetum - Here you don’t even need to own your own bike, hire a bike and experience this wonderful place.
Hove park - This gorgeous park is popular amongst cyclists, offering tarmac paths to make cycling easier. You could always try a mountain bike for any uneven surfaces.Ditchling Beacon Loop from Preston Park - This loop is 32 miles long meaning you'll be cycling for around 2 hours and 30 minutes. It's got gorgeous countryside views so it's a great spot in summer!
Coombes road to Botolphs views - This is a 42 mile long loop and will take you around 3 hours to complete. You'll start in the centre of Brighton and cycle outwards, then later come back in.
Rottingdean to Shoreham Port - If you’re looking for a scenic route this summer, past water views and countryside bliss, then this is perfect for you.
Seven Sisters Country Park - Passing cliff faces and coastal views, this trip is great for a summers day out.
Seafront cycling - When you cycle across the seafront, you’re able to hire a bike and experience the views! Lightweight bikes are a great option for this kind of route.
Arundel boating lake - Arundel is a great place to visit, here at this boating lake, you can cycle along and also hire a boat and experience the water.Brighton Pebbles & Pier Loop (from London Road - Brighton) - Starting at London road, this 38 mile long loop will take you into the heart of Brighton. You'll pass gorgeous waterside views and in total, you'll cycle for around 3 hours. Make sure your bike seats are comfortable before heading off!
Shoreham Estuary Loop from Hove - This is a super easy route. It'll take around 1 hour to complete since it's 17 miles long. You'll pass by some gorgeous water views!
Saltdean Beach Loop from Aldrington - Staying mainly on the coast, this gorgeous track will see you cycle around 1 hour and 30 minutes across 18 miles.