This route uses country lanes and the cycle path around Tanbridge House School. The route passes through wooded areas, by farmland as well as alongside Warnham Deer Park and over the Rookwood Golf Course.
Broadbridge Heath/Warnham/Horsham route map
This route uses predominately country lanes, passing through beautiful scenery and provides superb views cross the Low Weald. The route includes a number of steep hills.
Horsham/Rusper route map
Horsham/St Leonard's Forest
This route is on bridleways and is a good introduction to mountain biking. The tracks are good and can be ridden in any conditions. There are excellent views south towards the coast and Arundel and north towards Horsham and the North Downs.
Horsham/St Leonard’s Forest route map
This route uses mainly country lanes, the Downs Link and a bridleway, but there are two short parts along the main A281 road which can be busy at peak times. The route passes through farmland and gives good views of the South Downs and the Adur Valley.
Henfield/Partridge Green route map
This route starts and finishes in the ancient and attractive village of Steyning, which is worthy of detailed exploration as indeed is Bramber.
Steyning/Ashurst/Wiston route map
The route passes through gently undulating hills, wooded areas and farmland. The views of the South Downs are particularly good in places. During the spring the route rarely leave superb bluebell woods. Trail conditions will be very muddy after rain.
Barns Green/Coneyhurst route map
Chanctonbury and Cissbury Rings
This ride visits the two Iron Age forts on the South Downs, west of Steyning and east of Findon, and incorporates part of the South Downs Way. It is on good tracks but care should be taken on some of the steeper descents.
Chanctonbury and Cissbury Rings route map
Horsham/St Leonard's Forest/Wimland
This route is mainly on bridleways and takes you through the middle of St Leonard’s Forest on Mick Miles’ Race, through Holmbush Forest and farmland north of the Horsham/Crawley Road and returning on the outskirts of Horsham. Going is muddy after rain.
Horsham/St Leonard’s Forest/Wimland route map
This route makes use of the cycle way between Warnham, Horsham and Southwater with stretches on The Pedlar’s Way, The Downs Link and country lanes. It explores the Horsham locality and visits Denne Hill, Rookwood Golf Course and Warnham Deer Park.
Horsham/Broadbridge Heath/Southwater route map
This route uses bridleways in the wooded area to the east of Horsham and Southwater. It gives spectacular views of the area from the ridges to the west of Nuthurst and the east of St Leonard’s Forest.
Copsale/Mannings Heath/Colgate/Nuthurst route map