Cycle Rides near Amberley and Bignor Hill Chichester South Downs Way, England, RH20 1PH

Explore the village of Amberley and Bignor Hill by bike on two routes, both of which tackle part of the South Downs Way

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Two cycle routes to explore the picturesque village of Amberley and Bignor Hill, which is crossed by the South Downs Way and is a much-enjoyed location for walkers, cyclists and runners. Choose from routes of 5 miles or 11.5 miles, both of which take in part of the South Downs Way.

A trail leaflet is downloadable courtesy of South Downs National Park.

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