- This mountain bike trail is graded red (for clarity) and is 7.5 (4.6 miles) long. This is mostly single-track, a lot of which is off-camber, rooty and with some decent climbing and steep gradients. It has just has added an extension on the which is pretty neat and added a nice windy section traversing the hill with a few kickers and jumps thrown in.
- The blue is 6km (3.7 miles) long. It uses forest gravel roads, with 500 metres of single-track, and one pretty steep long climb. It is currently undergoing significant refresh work with the QECP Collective trail crew.
- There are quite a lot of natural trail riding here. The park is situated on the south downs way which runs through the middle of the forest. It offer great access to the rest of the south downs. Two specific non waymarked trails start in the park and lead out into the surrounding countryside. These use the rights of way network and some public roads. Queen Elizabeth 16 km (10 miles), Meon Valley 16km (10 miles). For more information on these routes and others in Hampshire, a pack of 'Off Road Cycle Trails' is available from the Visitor Centre.
Clubs and Groups
- Sussex Mountain Biking (Sussex community and trail resource site)
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