Cycling in and around Whitehill & Bordon
Options for cycling in and around Whitehill & Bordon may feel quite limited currently but plans are afoot to provide the town with a network of improved routes as the regeneration starts to take shape.
It will take a number of years before the full network is up and running but in the meantime there are options around Whitehill & Bordon to keep local recreational cyclists interested.
Alice Holt Woodland Park to Lindford
There is an existing recreational route linking Alice Holt County Park with Lindford. A .pdf version of the route is available here: Alice Holt Woodland Park to Lindford (pdf).
Note: It is advised that this route is not suitable for cyclists under 10-years-old.
Alice Holt Woodland Park
Alice Holt is able to offer cycle routes for family days out as well as the opportunity to hire bikes on site (booking ahead is advised). Alice Holt is also part of the South Downs National Park Electric Bike Network.
South Downs National Park
There are loads of cycling routes for all abilities across the South Downs and with the introduction of the Electric Bike Network you can now explore even more in a day.
The South Downs Cycling website has information on routes, maps, other websites and advice to cyclists at any level.
The South Downs National Park Authority website also includes walking and cycling maps for locations across the South Downs.
Work is currently taking place to link Alice Holt Woodland Park with Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (via Queen Elizabeth County Park and Staunton). Some stretches are already open so visit the Shipwrights Way website to see route maps and routes.
We’ve created a handful of guides to cycling for those interested in riding around the area but remain unsure about the right bike or route.