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Due to essential works, there will be limited spaces in the North Car Park for the next few months. Please consider using public transport to visit Seven Sisters.

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Cyclists are most welcome at Seven Sisters Country Park. Whilst there are no bridleways in the Park, cycling is permitted on the valley floor. There is a concrete track which offers safe and easy access to the beach, which is perfectly ideal for families with young children. The South Downs Way runs through the Park and is a footpath only, so cycling is not permitted on this route. Bike racks can be found in each car park and next to the Visitor Centre.

Friston Forest offers a number of trails and routes for the more competent or adventurous cyclist. Information about these routes can be found at the Visitor Centre.

Please give care and consideration to other users when you are cycling at Seven Sisters Country Park.

There are some opportunities to travel on trains with your bicycle – for further information please go to the Southern Railway website.

Cycle hire

Cuckmere Cycle Company is an independent bike shop located at Seven Sisters Country Park.

Their location is perfect for exploring the Seven Sisters cliffs, Cuckmere haven, Friston Forest and the villages of Alfriston, Litlington, Wilmington, Jevington and East Dean.

Starting right from their shop there is a huge network of traffic free routes, quiet lanes perfect for road riding, and singletrack trails in the forest, we can offer something for every cyclist.

Bike hire starts at £15 for 2 hours, including a helmet, water, maps and advice on where to go!

As well as their existing fleet of bikes, they also offerthe hire of several bikes for those with additional mobility needs. They have a range of options, some electrically assisted, with a variety of seating positions and intended uses.

Book online through the Cuckmere Cycle Co. website

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