Cycling in Brighton
Cycling is the best way to see the city of Brighton as it has been selected as one of the UK's Cycling Towns. If you want to head out into the countryside then the South Downs National Park offers bridleways, trails and byways, perfect for peddling!
There is a cycling hub situated at the rear of Brighton train station which provides 500 secure cycling parking spaces for anyone wanting to explore the city by bike. The hub also provides a cycle repair workshop, a coffee shop, yoga and spinning facilities, showers, changing rooms and accessible toilets.
What makes it special
- The best way to see Brighton
- Secure cycling hub
- One of the UK's cycling towns
Other things to do nearby
Revisit your childhood at one of the finest toy museums in the world! Families and the young at heart will gaze in wonder at over 10,000 toys and models.
Once a slum area, now Brighton's hippest bohemian and cultural quarter - don't miss out on over 400 indie shops, cafes and vibrant entertainment venues!
Want a REALLY good time? Head to one of the best comedy, cabaret and music venues in the south!
Want a REALLY good time? Head to one of the best comedy, cabaret and music venues in the South!
Set at the heart of Brighton's cultural quarter (in the garden of the Royal Pavilion!) this museum and gallery is home to a huge collection of amazing objects.
Soak up the history and culture of this vibrant city by pedalling between Brighton's iconic landmarks. We now sell tours at reception for groups of two or more people. Suitable for ages 13 and up.
Powerboat rides, dinghy sailing, yacht sailing and powerboat training are all available at the Brighton Marina Watersports Sea Sailing School, located just east of Brighton city centre.
Wild Park is situated just to the north east of Brighton city centre and is home to a selection of short, well crafted trails for both downhill riders and freeriders.
The South Downs National Park is on the doorstep of Brighton, so why not leave the city behind and get back to nature in the beautiful countryside?
Join Julian for his unique take on the "Brighton Story" with a guided tour around the historic town.
This extraordinary building was designed for George IV and has an unforgettable style of architecture!
One of Brighton’s best known and most recognisable attractions, Brighton pavilion is a symbol of regency grandeur and a representation of Britain’s strong ties with India.
22 miles Eastbourne is just over 20 miles from Brighton, so why not catch the bus and explore some of its famous attractions?
A true shopper's paradise jam packed with independent shops and boutiques, this maze of twisting alleyways, twittens and catcreeps has everything you need for unique gifts and fashion.
If there is one thing Brighton is famous for, then it’s its proud heritage as a city of diversity, particularly diversity of sexuality.
The world's oldest operating aquarium is right on the sea-front! With amazing exhibits, you can see how fish and marine creatures live beneath the waves, plus there are plenty of opportunities t