Cycle Routes In Surrey And Sussex

There are many beautiful cycling routes in and around Surrey and Sussex that make for a perfect staycation excursion, and offer the scenic beauty of rural southern England with its quiet unspoiled villages. With such a wide selection of cycling routes to choose from, our electric bike hire in Surrey and Sussex is the ideal option for any cyclist looking to tour the local area.

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Horsham District Council Cycle Routes

Horsham Council have selected and trialled 44 circular cycling routes across the district, which are suitable for various levels of experience and proficiency. If you are interested in any of these routes, we offer e-bike hire that will make the journey even more accessible. 

Horsham District Council Cycle Routes 

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North Downs Way

This beautiful route covers the North Downs from Farnham to Dover, and passes just north of Sevenoaks, Oxted, and Redhill in Surrey. It is one of the most scenic cycle routes in the country, and also features a loop that covers Canterbury and the Stour Valley in Kent. Hire an e-bike with us to take full advantage of this amazing route.







Guildford to Brighton via the Downs Link

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Box Hill

Box Hill Cycle Route, located just between Leatherhead and Dorking, this route encompasses beautiful views across the surrounding countryside. Part of this route was on the 2012 Olympic cycling road race course. There is a café in the village of Box Hill, and a pub, The King William IV, in Mickleham.








Route 14: Guildford to Rochester

This route follows ancient pathways and joins with the North Downs Way, before branching further north towards the Medway and finishing in historical Rochester. 






Electric Bike Hire in Surrey and Sussex box hill cycle route

Why Surrey and Sussex?

The North and South Downs are grassy, chalk hills that offer unique ecosystems and beautiful views over the whole of Surrey, Sussex and Kent. They rise in east Hampshire and continue parallel about 50 miles apart, with the South Downs ending at Beachy Head near Eastbourne, and the North Downs continuing into Kent, where they become known as the Kent Downs, ending near Dover.

Between these two ridges, the High Weald is also an attractive feature of this area, and is an Area of Natural Beauty in its own right.

The Surrey Hills cycling route allows you to enjoy the local area, and includes iconic landmarks such as Box Hill and Colley Hill. As well as the North Downs Way, there are two other notable routes here, the Greensand Way and the Pilgrims’ Way, which travel all the way to east Kent.

There are numerous pubs to stay in around the local area, and many activities in Surrey and Sussex for staycation holidaymakers. You can access the beautiful river Thames.





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