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Our most recommended South East England Bike Tours

Cotswolds: Full-Day Electric Bike Tour

1. Cotswolds: Full-Day Electric Bike Tour

Take in amazing views of the Cotswolds villages and countryside scenes on a full-day electric bike tour. Enjoy cycling off the beaten track, away from the usual bus and transport routes. Meet your guide in Hanborough village (address will be confirmed on booking), which is 9 minutes on the train from Oxford. Then, hop on your bike and set off to explore scenic villages, hamlets, and historic sites.  Over the course of the day, cover around 40 miles cycling round trip. Customize the route itinerary and length to suit your group's needs. Your guide will make suggestions and tailor the tour depending on your interests.

Oxford: City Bike Tour with Student Guide

2. Oxford: City Bike Tour with Student Guide

Discover Oxford’s historic town center, and the magical parks on the outskirts of town with this guided bike tour. Pedal past the city’s best attractions and cover more ground. Meet your guide in the city center to start your experience. Cycle through the city alongside a student guide, and learn about the history of Oxford. Marvel at the university buildings where Oscar Wilde, J. R. R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and many British politicians studied. Admire the architecture of Oxford colleges, and enter the famous Bodleian Library. Marvel at the scenery of Port Meadow, and visit sites you can’t reach on foot. Enjoy plenty of stops along the route, and finish back at the original meeting point.

Grand Brighton Bike Tour

3. Grand Brighton Bike Tour

Take a leisurely 2.5-hour bike tour of Brighton to see all the coastal city’s main monuments, with plenty of stops for photo opportunities along the way. Departing from Brighton Rail Station, your guide will lead you through the city’s colorful streets, from the bohemian quarters of North Laine to the opulent Oriental architecture of the Royal Pavilion, with some hidden extras en route that even the guide books miss. Prepare to laugh out loud at quirky tales of Brighton’s yesteryear as you cycle along the smooth bike paths of the beach front and discover the quaint Fishing Quarter. See the handsome Georgian architecture of Brunswick Square and Preston Manor, where the grounds include lovely orchards and gardens. Back at the meeting point, if you’ve developed a taste for biking Brighton, you are free to hire the bike to explore on your own.

Discover Oxford: City & Countryside Cycling Tour

4. Discover Oxford: City & Countryside Cycling Tour

The best way to see Oxford and its beautiful surroundings is on a bicycle. In fact, many locals use bikes to get around the city because Oxford is not the most car-friendly place. The bicycle tour route can vary according to any special requests but generally, the itinerary is as follows. Depart from Oxford via bike, and follow a relaxing scenic route along the Thames River path to visit a picturesque village with thatched cottages, a medieval church, and scenic views. You then continue on a 1-hour walking tour that will introduce you to the sights of Oxford city sights, including visits inside the university colleges. It is also possible to schedule a pub stop for refreshments and, regardless of the route, you can gain insight into how a boat trip along this route in 1862 inspired Lewis Carroll's story-telling of 'Alice in Wonderland'.

Brighton: Coastline E-Bike Tour

5. Brighton: Coastline E-Bike Tour

Enjoy an early morning, afternoon or evening "electric" Mountain Bike along the scenic Brighton coastline. Set up your day with a fresh start, ask questions about Brighton and surrounding area so you can get the most out of your Brighton visit. Copy and paste the U Tube Video clip of the cliffs here: https://youtu.be/YphKWTRjIuc If you prefer to self-guide, your guide will show you where to go and provide a short guided route to the seafront to get you going. Take the freedom to please yourself. Fit the correct size bike / helmet and do a quick test ride to make sure your confident. Head to Brighton seafront and ride along to Rottingdean via the British Airways i360 tower and famous piers. The Undercliffs trails provide the perfect ride for the even most inexperienced rider as its flat and smooth. Once arriving in Rottingdean, ride back to the Marina along the top of the cliffs on the dedicated bike path, or for the adventurous and more experienced rider, you can take the off-road coastal trail back to Brighton. The cliff top has an amazing view of the Sussex coastline. If your confident you can take the offroad trail which runs next to the cycle lane. Take on a great way to see Brighton and a good chance to familiarize yourself with the local and surrounding areas and get insights about Brighton from a local. Your most welcome to ride back on your own taking the sites at your own pace.

Seven Sisters: E-Biking Tour

6. Seven Sisters: E-Biking Tour

A bike tour adapted to your preferences. Ride modern mountain bikes along the Sussex coastline from Seaford train station along the Cuckmere River to the historic village of Alfriston, or choose the Rathfinny Winery Route out to the top of the South Downs to take in the views of the distant North Downs, before riding downhill for a well deserved lunch break in the historic village of Alfriston. After lunch you can take either the Friston Forest route to see some World War II bomb craters located in the heart of the forest, you can even choose to ride down them! The second option is the easier route along the road to the Seaford Cliffs to view the famous Seven Sisters, before a short ride back to Seaford train station taking in views of Seaford and the surrounding views from the top of the Seaford Cliffs. Ride time is around 3 hours (not including travel time), you are able to do as much or as little riding as you like as everyone has different levels of ability. Allow at least 5 hours or more for the total ride and train, with the trip from Brighton to Seaford taking 30 minutes by train and costing £3.30 return.

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4.8 / 5

based on 1,296 reviews

We had such a lovely day with Alasdair biking through the Cotwolds. The quality of the bikes was excellent and our guide supported all of our needs including providing snacks, water, gloves and glasses. The pace of the tour was perfect and we enjoyed chatting with him during a coffee break as well as lunch. We covered a lot of ground and saw some fabulous sites. Highly recommended to spend a day off the beaten path with a wonderful guide!!

Great guide Duncan, knowledgeable, good pace, made it fun, read the “room” well making it very personable and relaxed, and overall it was a very joyful way to experience the sights of Brighton for me and my cousin Kate. Thank you!! Loved the action photos too!

Duncan our tour guide was so great and there where only me and my husband on the tour and that was great.

Guide was informative and very friendly. Fun tour that took us around Brighton

Really enjoyed our bike tour today Duncan was lovely, highly recommended.