Last weekend I decided to take the road down to Brighton, partly to test out my new camera. I've switched from a DSLR setup to a mirrorless Fuji setup. Here's some pictures...
There are many different ways to get to Brighton, usually I'll get a train out to Caterham which is on the outskirts of London and ride from there, mostly because I dislike riding in the city due to the traffic.
The roads aren't all that interesting until you get to around Balcombe which is about halfway to Brighton, there are lots of lush open green fields and trees.
There's a few nice little towns on the way, with even more lush greenery.
Eventually though, there is the South Downs before you hit Brighton. I went up the Devil's Dyke route which is a short, sharp hill which gives you a great view over Brighton and towards the ocean.
The last bit of the ride is a gradual descent into Brighton itself, from which I caught a train back to London. Thanks for reading.