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Worthing to Steyning and Brighton Loop Cycle Route



England > West Sussex > Worthing
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Cycle Route Details
Route NameWorthing to Steyning and Brighton Loop
Distance : miles (km)35.69  (57.44)
Duration(hh:mm)03:30
Difficulty
Posted Bymattedwards1
Calories Burned kcal
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Cycle Route Location
CountryEngland
Town/CityWorthing
County/RegionWest Sussex
Start LocationMill Road (A259)
End LocationMill Road (A259)
Cycle Steps
Head out of Worthing and up to the A27. Turn right onto the A27 and after about 800 Metres turn left up Titch Hill. This is a long incline, followed by a nice downhill run to Steyning. You then head back up a few shorter climbs, via Coombes, and get some nice views of the river Adur and Shoreham Cement Works. Continue back over the A27, over the old toll bridge. Cut down through Shoreham-on-Sea to the seafront, and take the cycle network route to Brighton Pier. Have a nice rest in Brighton lanes before heading back along the cycle network route and the A259 along the coast to Worthing.
Cycling Clubs located in this region
CTC Horsham and Crawley
Your comments?
posted by:Brian O'ConnellRating : difficult :
A truly awful cycle route

posted by:Richard HRating : difficult :
Not awful, IMHO. Worthing to Steyning route is hard-going but rewarded by delightful views at the top of the South Downs. Styning to Brighton via Coombes is thoroughly beautiful, quiet and fairly easy. Perhaps a better route through the backwoods of Shoreham could be found?

And back from Brighton along the front is fascinating - but usually the wind is against you so probably best to reverse the route.

posted by:JohnRating : difficult :
Worthing to Steyning and back along the Adur is a good route, but why would you want to cycle into Brighton? Brighton seafront to Worthing is dull and often into the wind.


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