Cycle in Sussex by the Sea

Sussex by the Sea District Map


Sussex by the Sea (The Arun District) is located on the Coastal Plain between Pagham to the west of Bognor Regis , Ferring to the east of Littlehampton and Arundel - all with the ever present South Downs to the North.

This makes it an ideal area for both recreational cycling and more adventurous mountain bike riding in the Downs. There are signposted cycle routes and to allow you to easily plan your journey we have created links to quickly take you to the most relevant information.



Click on the links below to view, download and print a selection of local routes for all levels and abilities.


Bognor Regis to Chichester Commuter Cycle Route

Bognor Regis to Chichester 

This commuter route is approximately seven miles / 11 kilometres from the coastal town to the city of Chichester. The route runs mainly through residential areas and alongside the A259 busy road but over flat terrain on cycle paths. with good views of the Downs and Goodwood. Image courtesy of Chichester District Council.


Shared Use sign, Bognor Regis promenade

Cycle the promenades

Enjoy the sea views and wide open skies in Bognor Regis  and Littlehampton  from the flat open promenades. Click on the links for more information for each promenade.

Both promenades are "shared use" for walkers and all types of self- propelled wheeled vehicles, from skateboards, scooters, wheelchairs, baby buggies and of course bikes!


Chichester District Council reception and logo


The Chichester District

Here is a selection of cycle routes in and around nearby Chichester to view, download or print.



Southern Railway Cycling Policy Map


Travelling with your bike on  Southern Railway trains


The official logo for Sustrans, the national cycling charity
Sustrans is the well known cycling network charity which also has an interactive map for planning journeys, plus lots of advice and cycling campaigns you can participate in.
Cycling UK  have helpfully listed  a selection of apps  with links to select and download to your chosen device



If you come across a problem on any local footpath, bridle or cycle paths, please contact West Sussex County Council.Public Rights of Way Team