South East GPS Routes

Author:  TheGreenRabbit [ Wed Sep 01, 2010 4:19 pm ]
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1 - This thread is for links to your GPS routes ONLY

2 - Discussion thread -

3 - I am only making this a sticky as a trial.

4 - I don’t have a GPS, but sleep North/South, so I am magnetized like a compass and never get lost.

Author:  Piperdave [ Wed Sep 01, 2010 5:04 pm ]
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Routes in the Cissbury, Chanctonbury, Worthing, Shoreham, Littlehampton, and Arundel areas by Piperdave.

Even if you don't have GPS, you should be able to work out where these are on a map, and follow them. I hope this will be a good resource for local and visiting riders. 8)
A short circuit of Cissbury Ring, starting from Worthing (A27)
A long ride to Littlehampton, up the river Arun, to Arundel. Back via Burpham, and Angmering Woods
End to end route through woods North of Worthing. Hardest part is getting up to the start :shock:
Circular route to Chanctonbury, and Cissbury rings, from my house. Start at 1 mile to start at a pub! :roll:
End to end, Sompting, Chanctonbury, SDW, Chantry Post, Angmering Woods, Worlds End.
Christs Hospital to Worthing on the Downs Link, a disused railway. Plenty of pubs on route. Train to Crists Hospital. We went on a Sunday, and were told that if group was more than three, fares were half price!
See here...

As i do more and longer routes, or modify routes so they start at pubs or bike shops, i will update and post the here. Other routes i have done can be accessed by clicking the link in my signature :)

Happy riding...


Author:  DA-EVO [ Fri Sep 03, 2010 6:10 pm ]
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I will update these routes as I complete / edit them.


1) Starts Brighton Palace Pier. Loop via saltdean. MTB off/on road 25km. Est. 350m climb
2) Variation of the above. Loop via saltdean. MTB off/on road 25km.
3) Starts Patcham recreation ground and loops round through Pyecombe. MTB on/off road 12.5km 300m climb
4) South Downs Way 100 miles offroad
5) Part of Downs Link to Shoreham


1) CTC Run Steyning to Billingshurst and Loop. On Road. 62km. No cuesheet.

Trail Centres / Woods

1) Bedgebury Red run (most of) 250m climb (estimated).
2) Gisbourn Forest Trail centre

My profile:
Strava profile:

Author:  BobCatMax [ Sun Sep 19, 2010 7:54 pm ]
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Short and fast trip from Stanmer Park. Killer hill at the start -

The others i've got a fairly "me" specific, and Dave posted the only other one i'd put up, lol

will add more as and when

Author:  tintin40 [ Thu Jan 13, 2011 9:57 pm ]
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Here is a nice route;jsessionid ... rdmqvehcql

Author:  Piperdave [ Fri Jan 14, 2011 12:26 pm ]
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Looks nice TinTin. I'll give it a go, but not in this weather!


Author:  BobCatMax [ Tue May 10, 2011 2:40 pm ]
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Absolute monster of a ride with Steve and Konaman1..

Lord of the Rings..

Author:  Piperdave [ Tue May 10, 2011 6:03 pm ]
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Nice... 8)

Missed a ring though :twisted:


Author:  Augustus [ Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:51 pm ]
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Good links all.


Author:  bryan555 [ Mon Aug 15, 2011 1:21 pm ]
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Thought I'd add this: the Arundel loop, recorded on the Retrobike ride back in March

Author:  BobCatMax [ Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:25 pm ]
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Brighton Big Dog 2011

Author:  DA-EVO [ Sat Mar 24, 2012 7:22 pm ]
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If anyone else wishes to join in and share some routes, it might be worth your while looking at Strava.

This site has a GPS app for iphone, android and works with other GPS units. I think this makes it a little more flexible than some other sites. It also has a few other things that are good:

* You can pick part of your route and compare your times across that part - it will do it automatically.
* You can compare with other people on the same section of route.
* You can put in your weight, bike weight, etc, and get an approximation of power, VAM and calories if thats of interest.

I have added my strava profile onto my GPS routes post - it is viewable by anyone who is registered. If you are a Retrobike user, there is also a 'Retrobike' club in there :)

Author:  DA-EVO [ Fri Nov 02, 2012 6:29 pm ]
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Saw this on another forum ( )

Its a bike route planner which looks pretty good, I have yet to put a route into a GPS, but will give it a try soon.

Author:  02gf74 [ Thu Feb 28, 2013 2:54 pm ]
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DA-EVO wrote:
Saw this on another forum ( )

Its a bike route planner which looks pretty good, I have yet to put a route into a GPS, but will give it a try soon.

this is better: (for UK)

Author:  Dawn Treader [ Wed Jun 12, 2013 3:00 pm ]
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At last managed to get the end of this route done. It's from Bognor Regis and there's a little video of still images available for it here :

Here's the GPS it's 30 miles mainly over hard ground. You may have to register on the site to download it but over on the right of the page there should be a tab saying : 'Export' (make your choice from there)

Author:  02gf74 [ Sat Jul 06, 2013 12:10 pm ]
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quick favour - anyone know of a 30 mile off-road circular route over south downs close to Worthing? (to save me searching ??? :??:))

Author:  BobCatMax [ Sat Jul 06, 2013 1:22 pm ]
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I reckon you could make one on here -

Author:  al-onestare [ Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:44 am ]
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Anyone got any for Kent? North Kent is ideal but would happily see any in the county!

Author:  Dawn Treader [ Fri Jul 26, 2013 11:43 pm ]
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Here's a link to Worthing routes which are on the Ride With GPS site. I hope this link works but if it doesn't you will need to type in...'Worthing, UK' ... in the search box.

I think one of our guys on the forum here has some routes posted on this site :[user_id]=15782

The same would go for any Kent rides. You can download the GPS files for the routes once you are registered on the site.

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