Cycling in and around Brighton
Brighton and the surrounding areas are perfect for cycling. Cycling in Brighton & Hove is quick, easy and enjoyable and the city is now part of the National Cycle Network, as well as being one of 18 nationally selected Cycling Towns (and one city!)
Cycling on the Sussex Downs
If you want to get out of the city, the stunning South Downs are ideal for cycling. The bridleways and byways on the South Downs can be used by cyclists and there are many trails available. The Visit South Downs website offers a handy trail finder to help you find a route suitable to your cycling ability.
Or if you fancy a guided cycle tour, So Sussex offer some great guided cycle trips, taking in some of the most picturesque cycling in the South.
Cycling in the Sussex countryside is a safe and enjoyable activity. But to ensure you maximise your enjoyment we recommend following these simple cycling safety guidelines.
Cycling maps and further information
If you're looking for some cycling inspiration, check out the 'Cycling PDF Maps' section on the right, for a range of useful cycling maps covering Brighton and Hove and the surrounding areas, or visit the Brighton & Hove Council cycling section.