The location of Little Marshfoot is ideal for cyclists, as there is easy access to the Pevensey Levels which are flat and more or less free from traffic.
Alternatively the Cuckoo Trail which is completely traffic free is only half a mile away.
Those who may prefer a more challenging ride can travel north out of Hailsham and climb up onto the High Weald, travelling through unspoilt villages.
We can supply the relevant OS maps for your rides, and also a number of detailed routes for you to try – well graded, researched and tried out.
Bring your own bike or you can rent one locally – we can arrange this for you.
Examples of rides.
- Hailsham to the Cuckmere Valley via the Long Man at Wilmington returning via the village of Arlington ( 20 Miles approx)
- Hailsham via the Pevensey Levels to the sea, via the medieval village of Hooe then climbing once more up to the ancient ‘eye’ of Wartling and finally dropping down to the Levels en route to Pevensey (20 miles approx)
- Pevensey via Herstmonceux to Old Heathfield (R) returning via Horam and Hailsham (20 miles approx).
- Hailsham to Heathfield via the Cuckoo Trail ( 18 miles return all off road)
- Hailsham to Eastbourne via the Cuckoo Trail and national cycle route (18 miles return all off road) & return via the Pevensey Levels