Centurion Way Cycle-Route Video. A ride along the disused railway line that ran from Chichester to Midhurst, which is now part of the National Cycle Network. Route 88. The ride begins on the outskirts of the historic city of Chichester. And it’s not long before you’re cycling a tree-lined route through the West Sussex countryside.
The route is only just over 5-miles in length, and coming from Chichester, it’s a gentle climb as the route heads towards the Southdowns. It’s a family-friendly route that is also popular with dog walkers and joggers.
After three and a half miles, the route arrives in Lavant and the old railway station. Once past the old railway station, the traffic-free cycle-way ends. But only briefly, as you cycle through the residential area of Lavant. But it’s not long before you’re once again cycling along on traffic-free trails.
Unfortunately, the last section of the route was closed when Garry cycled Centurion Way while maintenance work took place on Ash Dieback affected trees.
Centurion Way Cycle-Route Video
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3 Replies to “Centurion Way Cycle-Route Video”
Ha ha! All those dogs. What a lovely ride for the time of year.. How did you get back?
There are one or two! Back? I’m still there! That’s in the next video.