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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Lewes To Uckfield|
|Distance : miles (km)||15.35 (24.70)|
|Posted By||J Black|
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|Main road, commuter slog. Few small hills, nice surface. Should take about 30-40mins relaxed cycling.|
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|nice pubs (good for on the way home drinks)
The Cock and The Halfway House.
|posted by:claireg||Rating :||difficult :|
|I haven't cycled this, but am considering it as a commute. But first wanted to hear from anyone who does. How do you find the A26 as a cyclist? Is there a cycle lane on this route at all? Any feedback would be great. |
|posted by:Paula||Rating :||difficult :|
|Hi, there is no cycle lane on that part of the 26. There are some uphill bits but equally there are downhill bits. |
I did find that nerves of steel are required on a few stretches!! As e new cyclist am fast realising that cycling on our roads is not for the faint hearted! lol. As a commute it should be ok.
|posted by:Sid||Rating :||difficult :|
|This is OK, but the quicker, safer and more attractive route goes through Isfield and comes into the North of Uckfield.|
Turn left at the Cock pub and then left again at the Lavender Line.