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Horsted Keynes
Distance: 26 miles but feels like 36 Difficulty: Medium The plan is to head for Turners Hill, go straight over the crossroads, pass Alexander House Hotel and then, just short of East Grinstead, turn right to Saint Hill Green. Bearing right at the green we go past Deers Leap Bikes and down across the tail of Weirwood Reservoir where we turn left and go up Legsheath Lane. Straight on over the crossroads and first right onto Twyford Lane - this is downhill for a couple of miles with a ford at the bottom. Going straight over a diagonal crossroads there is a short, sharp climb before angling right onto the road into Horsted Keynes. Down through the village to stop at the Green Man on the right. Lunch at The Green Man before heading back, through Ardingly, over the reservoir, up Back Lane and then cutting the corner to miss out the Cowdray Arms and head down the B2036 into Maidenbower and the short ride back to Three Bridges Station.

Three Bridges Station

Haslett Avenue, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1LY · Three Bridges

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Horsham & Crawley CTC is a friendly not-for-profit cycling group for people living in or near Horsham and Crawley in West Sussex and is the local group of Cycling UK (formerly Cyclists Touring Club). We organise bike rides every Sunday usually starting from Three Bridges Station or Horsham Park Pavilions. A typical ride is 30 to 40 miles long with some longer rides in the summer months and once a month we have a short two hour ride aimed at those new to cycling. Rides are moderately paced usually averaging at about 10 to 12 mph. The majority of rides are along quiet country lanes although we do try and offer rides to cater for all tastes including some off road rides. We also offer occasional weekends away and holidays in the UK and abroad. Don't worry about coming along to a ride which not many people appear to have signed up for on Meetup. There'll be other Cycling UK members there too.

We are a Member Group of Cycling UK - Britain's premier cycling charity founded in 1878 –and you're welcome to come on two or three rides after which you will be expected to join Cycling UK or provide evidence of belonging to an affiliated club such as British Cycling. before joining as a full paid-up member. All normal club rides are free of charge but we do ask that you make a £5 annual contribution to group expenses. Cycling UK membership will allow you to come on as many rides as you like with us and all other groups across the UK. Your subscription will support Cycling UK's work encouraging people to take up cycling and championing cyclists’ rights. Membership provides third party insurance, a bi-monthly magazine, access to free cycling related legal advice, route information, discounted YHA and National Heritage membership as well as discounts at a number of cycle shops. If you're interested in enjoying the beautiful Sussex countryside on a bike, we believe this is one of the best options on Meetup. Unlike other Meetup groups run for profit, our ride leaders won't ask you for a penny. They lead rides simply to share their love of the countryside and cycling and give something back to the group. For more information about Cycling UK, take a look at its main websites at and our member group site at

Patron: Her Majesty The Queen

President: Jon Snow

Chief Executive: Paul Tuohy

Cycling UK is a trading name of Cyclists’ Touring Club (CTC) a company limited by guarantee, registered in England no: 25185. Registered as a charity in England and Wales charity no: 1147607 and in Scotland charity no: sco42541. Registered office: Parklands, Railton Road, Guildford, Surrey GU2 9JX.

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