The New Forest is one of the safest, flattest and most scenic National Parks to cycle in. We supply helmets for free and recommend you wear one for your own safety (helmets are sanitised after each use). Cycling route maps, repair kits and locks are also provided for free. Download our free app 'Cyclexperience' from the Apple Store or Google Play Store to find most of our routes. Be sure to book online to save time in-store and to secure the bikes you prefer. Happy cycling!
Here we’ve put together the best bits for you to watch out for on your cycle. Some of them are on route, others - not so easy to find.
The historic town of Lymington is an ancient seaport with a rich maritime history. Lots of interesting shops, cafes and places to stop for a break. Lymington has a wide choice of pubs and the ones that are on the route are The Ship Inn, Bosun's Chair and the Mayflower. You might find a quieter option at the Ferryman and Chequers Inn.
Hurst Castle is an artillery fort established by Henry VIII on the Hurst Spit in Hampshire, England, between 1541 and 1544.
Castleman’s Corkscrew', a disused railway line so-called because of the shape it cut across the forest and Charles Castleman who promoted it.
Here are some convenient spots on route to stop for food and drinks
The Filly is a pub on the outskirts of Brockenhurst with ample space to stop and eat. You can find it at the start or end of our Burley and Seaside Ride routes.
A friendly restaurant and village inn set in the centre of the New Forest. village of Sway. They offer daily specials and lunchtime light bites.
A popular pub in Sway is easily be found on the road from Brockenhurst and not far off our Rising Sun and Burley rides.