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Kidds Hill 70 times – Everesting challenge

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Kidds Hill 70 times – Everesting challenge

These 2 brave men plan to cycle up Kidds Hill 70, yes SEVENTY times on 22nd March starting at 6am and finishing sometime in the evening. Aside from raising money they apparently don’t mind having a bit of support by people cheering or riding with them – come and join them and show your support  ! Full details and donations at:  https://www.justgiving.com/Przemek-Jersz2  

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Ashdown Forest the place to ride

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We are delighted to see so many organised events using the Ashdown Forest as part of their cycling routes. The stunning views, challenging rides, quiet roads and variety provide the perfect highlight for several Sportives and events using the Ashdown Forest. We hope that you can join them, or just come along and enjoy the rides for yourself !

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Ashdown Forest Cycling featured in Ashdown Forest Living Magazine

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Ashdown Forest Cycling featured in Ashdown Forest Living Magazine

The Ashdown Forest Living magazine’s July 2013 edition features an article about Ashdown Forest Cycling and encourages it’s readers to register their details with the website to get news updates and details of new cycle routes when they are added to the site.

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The Heart of the Ashdown Forest and Beyond

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The Heart of the Ashdown Forest and Beyond

This route takes in all of the highlights of the Ashdown Forest and surrounding areas. Cycle right into the heart of the forest when this bike ride takes you out through Forest Row and then onto Horted Keynes, famous for it’s station on the Bluebell railway. It is an undulating ride with a few long climbs and some fast downhill stretches.

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Forest to Coast

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Forest to Coast

For a complete change of contrasting scenery this bike ride from the Ashdown Forest to the coast can not be beaten. Leaving the south of the forest, it heads through the town and through the beautiful country lanes, ideal for cycling down to Lewes. From historic Lewes, this cycle route takes you down to the coastal resort of Seaford where you can stop at the beachside cafe for a well earned coffee and delicious cake ! The cycle route then heads north back through the Friston Forest and the picturesque villages of Ripe and Laughton, cycling along the quite country lanes and then back up to the Ashdown Forest. Just under 50 miles for the intermediate...

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