Breeze Bike Rides For Women are part of British Cycling and Team Sky's campaign to get Britain cycling. See here for more details of upcoming Hassocks Breeze rides, which happen every month, leaving from the hut by The Hassocks."Breeze is the biggest programme ever to get more women into riding bikes for fun. Our aim is to help thousands more women feel confident and comfortable about going on a ride. "Breeze Sussex on Facebook. Ride Finder
Cycling and walking trails across East & West Sussex.
Sustrans provide cycle routes in Sussex.
West Sussex County Council Cycling has information about cycling including a cycle journey planner and more cycling routes and maps. Use their journey planner to find a quick commuter route or the quietest ride to your chosen destination. It gives turn by turn directions and shows how hilly your route is as well as journey time and miles.
Bricycles is a Brighton, Hove & District Cycle Group.
Maps and information for visitors on visiting the South Downs Way National Trail
The Long Distance Walkers Association has a searchable Long Distance Paths database that includes the South Downs Way.
The Ramblers Association has good general information on walking for everyone.
The National Trail South Downs Way National Trails are long distance routes for walking, cycling and horse riding through the finest landscapes in England and Wales.
The Cuckoo Trail is a 14 mile surfaced path through the Sussex countryside, is mostly traffic free and is a safe route for walkers and cyclists of all ages, forming part of the National Cycle Network – route 21.
Oldlands Mill, which was built in 1703 is closer to the village.
Hidden Britain is a charity dedicated to uncovering the fascinating wealth of landscapes, history and culture within Britain’s countryside for everyone to enjoy.
The bike shop of a satisfied customer and fellow hirer from the States.
The Guy Weber Educational Park We came across this while cycling The Avenue Verte London - Paris route in Normandy. "Our objectives: to bring adults with learning difficulties who work in the natural educative park to activities into contact with other persons by activities of nature discovery."