Off-road* routes are unsuitable for racing cyclists.

Red Route:

Railway Station - Mill Lane (or Southdown Road) - Upper Mill Lane - Erringham Road - Mill Hill Road - Mill Hill > Truleigh Hill

Purple Route:

Railway Station - Brunswick Road - East Street (one way street adjacent to St. Mary's Church) - Footbridge - veer right (west) - Weald Dyke - veer right (west) - Beach Road, follow road & tracks running parallel with the sea > * Widewater

Green Route:

Railway Station - Buckingham Road - first right, Gordon Road - left, Eastern Avenue - second right, Middle Road - St Julian's Close > Kingston Buci

Yellow Route:

Railway Station - first left north of crossing gates - Connaught Avenue - Old Shoreham - Toll Bridge (or turn right for the * cycle path on the east side of the river with a connection to the South Downs Way & path that ends at Bramber Castle) > straight-on to Sussex Pad, for Coombes Road, routes to Worthing (or turn right for * towpath on west side of the river).

Cycling around Shoreham

Because Shoreham is located on the flat plain at the foot of the downs, cycling is popular and would be an ideal way to get around, if it was not for the traffic and the bad condition of many of the roads.

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