London to Brighton is the classic cycling weekend for UK riders, and a beautiful day or weekend on the bike.
Whether you ride one way to the beach and get the train back, or stay over and ride back to London the next day, our complete guide has got your covered.
- Tried, tested & perfected London to Brighton cycling route
- Includes a return route (B2L) if you want to ride back
- Where to get the best fish & chips in Brighton
- Bike friendly accommodation options for all budgets
- Information on how to get you & your bike back on the train
- Tips for your celebratory dinner/night out in Brighton
- Great food options & cafe stops along the route
- Routes available in all GPX formats, and via mobile phone
- Mobile friendly guide - easy to take on the go
- Crafted & perfected over hundreds of London to Brighton rides
- Mobile friendly guide emailed to you within 2 hours
- Any questions about the guide just drop us an email
The Ultimate London to Brighton Cycling Weekend!
London to Brighton is brilliant UK cycling weekend and one that everyone should tick off their list.
Our mobile friendly guide has been put together after literally hundreds of rides to the coast and back, so we're pretty confident it's the best there is!
The route can be ridden as a one day, 190km challenge, over two days with a stop over in Brighton, or just one way with a train return. It's up to you and the guide can be revisited over and over again.
Our London to Brighton cycling route will take you out of the capital on quiet roads and into the Surrey and Sussex countryside. You'll then enter the Sussex downs and take on the famous Ditchling Beacon climb, before descending down to the beach.
The return leg, from Brighton back to London, is as picturesque as the way back, with a trip up Devil's Dyke for amazing views, before rolling through beautiful Sussex lanes and villages on the way back to London.
We'll provide a range of bike friendly accommodation to cover all budgets, so you can enjoy Brighton knowing that your bike is safe if you do stay the night.
As well as where to get the best fish and chips and the best pub in Brighton, the guide also contains all the train info you need to get back to London easily.
Let us organise your London to Brighton cycling weekend, meaning you just have to enjoy the ride.
If you have any questions about this guide or the London to Paris bike ride please get in touch via email for a chat.