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Lewes To Uckfield Cycle Route

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Cycle Route Details
Route NameLewes To Uckfield
Distance : miles (km)15.35  (24.70)
Posted ByJ Black
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Cycle Route Location
County/RegionEast Sussex
Start LocationLewes
End LocationUckfield
Cycle Steps
Main road, commuter slog. Few small hills, nice surface. Should take about 30-40mins relaxed cycling.
Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?
nice pubs (good for on the way home drinks)
The Cock and The Halfway House.

Your comments?
posted by:clairegRating : difficult :
I haven't cycled this, but am considering it as a commute. But first wanted to hear from anyone who does. How do you find the A26 as a cyclist? Is there a cycle lane on this route at all? Any feedback would be great.

posted by:PaulaRating : difficult :
Hi, there is no cycle lane on that part of the 26. There are some uphill bits but equally there are downhill bits.

I did find that nerves of steel are required on a few stretches!! As e new cyclist am fast realising that cycling on our roads is not for the faint hearted! lol. As a commute it should be ok.

posted by:SidRating : difficult :
This is OK, but the quicker, safer and more attractive route goes through Isfield and comes into the North of Uckfield.

Turn left at the Cock pub and then left again at the Lavender Line.

posted by:FerretRating : difficult :
The A26 is horrible, but a pleasant route from Lewes to Uckfield takes in the cycle path to Ringmer, then country lanes to Uckfield (Norlington Lane, Green Lane, Harveys Lane). Further, but beautiful, and far safer.

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