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Blackboys to The Cuckmere Haven Circular Route Cycle Route



England > East Sussex > Eastbourne
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameBlackboys to The Cuckmere Haven Circular Route
Distance : miles (km)40.48  (65.15)
Duration(hh:mm)04:00
Difficulty
Posted ByN Harper
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityEastbourne
County/RegionEast Sussex
Start LocationHigh Street (B2102), Blackboys
End LocationHigh Street (B2102), Blackboys
Cycle Steps
The route takes small coutry lanes from Blackboys to the Cuckmere Haven going through Waldron, Chiddingly, Alfiston, The Cuckmere Valley and reaching the Cuckmere Haven at the mouth of the River Cuckmere. The return ride goes through the Friston Forest up onto the Southdowns and down into Polgate past the Wilmington Man and back along the Cuckoo Trail up to Maynards Green. Finally heading back through country lanes to Backboys. There are plenty of pubs on route from start to finish.
Near By Cycle Shops
Rebicycled
REBICYCLED
Cycling Clubs located in this region
Lewes Wanderers CC
Rye & District Wheelers
Your comments?
posted by:Cycle_KatRating : difficult :
Tried this route at the weekend and really enjoyed it. There were a couple of times when a mounatin bike would have been better if not essential. I'm not sure how we escaped without any punctures! There are quite a few hills and one particularly steep one going into Friston Forest but we made it. Thanks for posting the route!

posted by:Tim BennettRating : difficult :
I cycled to Blackboys today for the first time ever. Then when I got home, I found this route, so I shall follow it next time, as it seems easier than the route I took. I went up and over Firle Beacon and down through Glynde and Ringmer, which took 4 hours from Seaford. I am more than happy to post the route I took, if anyone would like to try it for more of a challenge. There are a lot more hills and cross country cycling, with some fantastic views from the beacon.


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