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Corinne Dennis Performance Cycle Wear for both men and women.

Predominantly British-made; flattering, comfortable, conservative kit for touring, commuting and leisure cycling.

Brighton tourist website cycle routes etc

Link to West Sussex Info: This site has wealth of information about the route, places of interest, events, etc

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I have put digital trace of sdw on Tracklogs website.

 Link to Nigel's site rides from Guildford

It has lots of useful info on many rides, incl SDW


Link to Mike A report of a night time ride on SDW

SDW double (riding both ways)


Mtb site group forum

Mtb site: incl videos of descents, general information, tips, routes

Trailbreak: supported day and night rides, 80 or 100 miles;

 Mountain bike ands cycle events organisers

Forum re BHF Randonnee, 2005

Jim's MTB Diary

Forum re riding SDW in a day / fastest time (sub 10 hrs, or 23 hr both ways!)

Off road cycling club:


Bikepacking website

Walk along SDW: has a page of 'B&B'.

A 'walking' site about long distance paths including SDW:

Aerial birds eye view photo:

Some amazing photos eg of cycling along cliff edge with 600ft drop

General information about South Downs:

Book for walkers (also useful if cycle touring)

'South Downs Way' by Jim Manthorpe, Trailblazer Publications, bought in WH Smith �9.99; lots of useful info about places to stay, hand drawn maps, distances etc. 

Book for walkers, cyclist, horse riders, starts Eastbourne goes west to Winchester; lots of info, eg farriers, horse box parks etc

South Downs Way , National Trail Guide, Paul Millmore

Link to site of a professional photographer 'visitor' to my site


 NB: I have now put things of interest on a new page called 'Things of Interest'.