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Cycling in and around Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding

If you use a car to get to the local shops or to school, why not try a bike sometimes? You’ll be greener, richer and fitter!

Cycling can be a very pleasant and healthy way of travelling both locally and further afield.
It can also be unpleasant due to the level and impatience of motor traffic on our relatively narrow roads. The routes in this leaflet have been found to enhance the cycling experience, and mainly avoid busy roads.

For convenience, the inside of this leaflet shows local routes around Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding in sketch map form, whilst longer distance routes are merely descriptive, and will require either a map, or a quick web search for reassurance. Unless otherwise stated, they are suitable for all types of cycles.

For your safety:

  • Do not ride in the gutter
  • Leave at least a door’s width when passing parked cars
  • Use lights at night
  • If you are unhappy about negotiating a particular junction, convert to pedestrian mode!

You can download a PDF version of the leaflet to view or print yourself by clicking on one of the attached files below. Choose the “lowres” version for a smaller download, or the 5Mbyte version for the full-resolution map.

Steyning_cycle_leaflet.pdf5.23 MB
Steyning_cycle_leaflet_lowres.pdf535.46 KB
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