Being mostly flat, with lots of cycle paths and increasing facilities for bikes, cycling is the way forward for Crawley.
Bikes are a good choice for convenience as most trips are short enough to go easily by bike, often much more quickly than by car and you can stop at any time and walk. Cycle parking is also free and available all over the town and with panniers or a trailer, you can do most of your shopping by bike.
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The Crawley Cycle Map now includes bus stops and walkways as well as accurate cycle routes. It is available for download below or can be picked up, free of charge from the Town Hall, libraries, train stations, K2 and The Hawth.
Planning your journey
With the West Sussex Cycle Journey Planner you can plot your journey and see how long it will take, how many calories you’ll burn, and even how hilly it is. The planner can help you choose the fastest or quietest route and these can be downloaded to GPS devices.
Visit the Leisure Cycling Routes page for special trips out of town, including the new Avenue Verte from London to Paris and visit the Cycle Routes and Signs page for advice on the types of path, crossings and signs.
Travelling by train with your bike? Click on the link for Southern Rail’s policy and map of restrictions .
A sheet giving advice on security, safety, maintenance, riding and other useful information can be downloaded by clicking the link below.
To report cycle route repair needs, missing signs or other damage contact Highways at West Sussex County Council or call 01243 642105, detailing location as specifically as possible and type of fault, e.g. loose surfacing.
For more information on cycling in Crawley contact Kay Wagland on 01293 438545
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