In our third consecutive visit to the south coast, this time we're returning to Bognor, the sunniest destination in the UK. Or more accurately, we turn up next door, in Felpham. This is one of our longest rides, at around 70 miles. However, it's not particularly hilly.
Heading out of London, we gallop past Epsom, go hell for leather past Leatherhead, do a fast descent through Dorking before feasting at our halfway stop in Faygate.
Setting off again through Horsham then we're into the delights of Two Mile Ash Road, as we wend our way south-westwards, through Amberley and then over Joanna Lumley's Gurka Bridge, trying to spot castles in the air at Arundel, before arriving for breakfast at The Lobster Pot in Felpham.
The sign-up form to register your interest in joining this ride can be found here.
|© Rebecca Olds 2013|