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NCN route 2 towards Chichester crosses the footpath and turns left beneath the A27

Sustrans 'milepost' between Chichester and Fishbourne

Access from NCN route 2 to Fishbourne Roman Palace

At Fishbourne Roman Palace the only decent cycle parking is at the café. That makes sense.

NCN route 2 entering Fishbourne

Turn right for NCN route 2 towards Fishbourne

NCN route 2 passing beneath the A27

Well-hidden route sign on NCN route 2 between Chichester and Fishbourne

NCN route 2 crossing the railway between Chichester and Fishbourne

NCN route 2 turns off the Centurion Way to cross the railway here

Start of Centurion Way and access to the bridge over the railway on NCN route 2

Turn right here on NCN route 2 where the road is severed by the railway to reach the bridge.

Traffic calming with cycle bypasses on NCN route 2 west out of Chichester

Route signs on NCN route 2, Chichester

Route sign on what is also NCN route 2, Chichester

Panic Panic at the end of an off-road section of NCN route 2

Visitor Cycle Parking by NCN route 2 at Chichester College

Junction on NCN route 2 west from Chichester station

NCN route 2 west from Chichester station

NCN route 2 west from Chichester station

Route signs on NCN route 2 by the Chichester Canal

NCN route 2 by the Chichester Canal

Bollard on NCN route 2 at Chichester Canal Wharf

Sign for NCN route 2 at Chichester Canal Wharf

Modal filter on link to NCN route 2, Chichester

Route signs and link north from NCN route 2, Chichester

NCN route 2 leaving Chichester station car park

Route sign for NCN route 2 west past Chichester station

Narrow segregated route south from Chichester station (NCN route 2, briefly)

Cycle parking by NCN route 2 and the Volk's Electric Railway terminal

Cycle parking needed opposite a gym on NCN route 2 in Brighton

Sustrans 'milepost' and cycle parking on NCN route 2 in Brighton

Cycle parking by the i360 and the former Brighton West Pier

NCN route 2 westbound crosses the eastbound route to use an on-road pop-up lane

Pedestrian Zone (does that include cyclists) - NCN route 2 is to the right.

Sustrans 'milepost' and cycle parking on NCN route 2 in Brighton

Segregated route for NCN route 2 arriving in central Brighton

Segregated route for NCN route 2 east from central Brighton

NCN route 2 westbound uses an on-road pop-up lane; the route on the promenade is now eastbound only (ie the wrong way round)

Roadworks where NCN route 2 moves to a pop-up on-road lane

Promenade cycle route, Brighton (NCN route 2)

Promenade cycle route, Brighton (NCN route 2)

Poor cycle parking but with pump and tools, on NCN route 2 in Seaford

NCN route 2 on the promenade, Seaford

NCN route 2 joining the seafront promenade in Seaford

Short unpaved section of NCN route 2 by Seaford beach

Short unpaved section ahead on NCN route 2

Turn left on NCN route 2 entering Seaford

NCN route 2 entering Seaford

NCN route 2 east from Seaford

Rejoining NCN route 2 - ahead and to the left

Not the right route for the off-road variant of NCN route 2, which actually passes just west of this farm

Left turn and then right turn on the off-road variant of NCN route 2

Off-road variant of NCN route 2 on National Trust land

Off-road variant of NCN route 2 on National Trust land

Footpaths with a view to the Seven Sisters cliffs

Permissive cycle route sign on off-road variant of NCN route 2

Start of off-road variant of NCN route 2 on National Trust land

NCN route 2 follows the A259 for a short distance

NCN route 2 turns right onto the A259 for a short distance

Sign for NCN route 2 at Seven Sisters Country Park

Sign for a cycle route in Seven Sisters Country Park - presumably for mountain bikes

Penny-farthing bike stands at the Seven Sisters Park Centre

NCN route 2 carries on ahead; to the left is also a feasible through route for cyclists on bridleways.

End of bridleway from south of Alfriston to NCN route 2

Bridge on the bridleway from south of Alfriston to NCN route 2

Bridleway from south of Alfriston to NCN route 2

Start of bridleway from south of Alfriston to NCN route 2

Future cycleway east by the A27 from the new Berwick roundabout

Cycleways around the new A27 Berwick roundabout

End of cycle route - bus stop and footpath only. Cyclists on NCN 2 should cross the road and take it southwards.

NCN route 2 crosses the Alfriston road here and then follows the road south

NCN route 2 crossing the A27 at the new Berwick roundabout

New cycle, pedestrian and equestrian crossing on NCN route 2 at the A27 Berwick roundabout

New link west from the A27 roundabout and NCN route 2 to Berwick village

Future cycleway crossing access to a future development on the A27 Berwick roundabout

Future cycleway towards Berwick station (NCN route 2 - on the opposite side of the road to the northern section)

Route sign at the south end of the new cycleway from Berwick station (NCN route 2)

Current end of foot and cycle ways (NCN route 2)

New cycleway south from Berwick station (NCN route 2)

New cycleway south from Berwick station (NCN route 2)

NCN route 2 towards Bexhill

NCN route 2 heading inland from the A27/A259 Pevensey roundabout

NCN route 2 around the A27/A259 Pevensey roundabout

NCN route 2 around the A27/A259 Pevensey roundabout - if going west to Pevensey and Eastbourne you might as well just cut across the left here.

NCN route 2 on a quiet lane

Route marker for NCN route 2

Route signs for NCN route 2

NCN route 2 swings right and then left at Cooden Beach

Turn left on NCN route 2 west from Bexhill

The junction has been filled in for safety, but there really should have been a cycle bypass for NCN route 2

NCN route 2 on the road rather than the promenade west from Bexhill

The only cycle parking at the De La Warr Pavilion is with these PlantLocks

The only cycle parking at the De La Warr Pavilion is with these PlantLocks, which are too close to each other.

Cycle stands and large car park at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill

Cycle parking by NCN route 2, Bexhill

In 1896 a closed-off Cycling Boulevard opened in Bexhill

The seafront at Bexhill was the scene of the first British motor races - but it was also important for cycling.

NCN route 2 remains on the road, although there seems to be plenty of space on the promenade

NCN route 2 entering Bexhill

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