Cycling Around Wowo Campsite
List of Cycle Rides around Wowo Campsite
Routes should be viewed in 'map mode' and 'satellite mode' to get a better overview of terrain and actual routes. Route one is the easiest, designed for any cyclists of all ages. Route 4 is for experienced riders looking for a long diverse ride. To toggle map/ satellite click the icons in the top right.
"The South Downs has something for every kind of cyclist to enjoy and explore. As well as the famous South Downs Way to explore there are 1,200 km of car-free bridleways across the National Park, miles of leafy country lanes and old railway trails including the Downs Link and Centurions Way."
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Green Dot = Start
Yellow = Checkpoint 2
Blue = Checkpoint 3
Red = Finish
Route 1 - Fletching (5 miles) All cyclists
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This is a route for families of all ages. Apart from the necessary trip on the A275 either side of our campsite the roads are very small with few cars. A relaxing circular route of only 5 miles with only one or two small hills so for any body who wants to stretch their legs this is the ride for you. Trading boundaries is near the end to stop for refreshments.
Route 2 - Family with experience (6 miles)
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This bike ride is designed for families with younger children although prior cycling experience required as this route does leave the road and uses bridlepaths and wooded paths. Can be done at any speed with mixed gradients and surfaces. Incorporates the Plough Inn to stop for food and drink at the end. This route is a short drive away towards Plumpton.
Route 3 - Experienced cyclist's (15 miles)
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This bike route is designed for families or groups with cycling experience and is mainly on slow back lanes where there is not alot of traffic. However main roads do need to be used to get to and from the campsite. This route incorporates 4 lovely villages around our campsite with shops in 3 of them for refreshments. Trading boundaries is at the end so you can stop and relax with great food and drinks.
Cycle Route 4 - Hard as nails cyclists (20 Miles)
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This route is for campers who want a more harder route. Not suitable for young children as its longer and more hilly than route 3. Again this route will finish at Trading Boundaries for food and refreshment before returning to our campsite.