Midhurst East Off Road Cycle Route Midhurst England

An 18 mile/29km off road cycle route town of Midhurst and the villages of Tillington and Lodsworth in the South Downs National Park

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This 18 mile/29km route takes in the town of Midhurst and the villages of Tillington and Lodsworth.

It’s suitable for competent cyclists (11 years plus) on mountain and hybrid bikes with off road tyres.

There’s plenty of places to stop for refreshments along the route, as well as attractions and places of interest.

Starting point: Grange Road Car Park, Midhurst, GU29 9LT

 

 

Information courtesy Chichester District Council

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