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Trails - Bedgebury Forest Mountain Bike Trails - Goudhurst, Kent

Discussion in 'Trails' started by Greg, Oct 28, 2015.

  1. Greg

    Greg MTB Rider Staff Member



    Bedgebury Forest boasts over 25km of traffic free signposted cycle trails. Bedgebury’s 800 hectares contains a 10km family friendly circuit which uses the forest’s extensive network of forest roads and bridleways. In addition to the family trail there is an ever expanding and improving circuit of MTB singletrack trails. Currently over 15km in length, the singletrack loop takes the rider deep into the forest, offering challenges to test the skills of the more serious off road rider. Whatever kind of off road cycling you prefer, there’ll be something for you and your family to enjoy in Bedgebury Forest.

    Entry Fee/Parking:
    £10.00 per Car, more for trailers and vans. See Additional Info below.

    Location:
    http://www.mtbriders.uk/viewmap?coordinates=51.072302,0.447108

    Post Code:
    TN17 2SJ - Follow signs for Bedgebury Pinetum & Forest.

    Additional info:
    There is an on site cafe (Bedgebury Cafe). Also a bike shop and cycle hire supplied by Quench Cycles. There are also plenty of family things to do including Go Ape, archery and orienteering.
    The £10.00 parking is a little more than most similar places, however if you visit frequently consider becoming a member of the Bedgebury Forest Cycle Club to benefit from some savings. Bare in mind the £10.00 admission is per car, so if you squeeze 4 or 5 people in then it doesn't work out as much!
    For a full list of admission fees see the Forestry Commission Planning Your Visit page.

    Some more info on the Bedgebury Forest Mountain Bike Trails here:
    http://www.boarsonbikes.co.uk/trails/
    http://www.forestry.gov.uk/forestry/Bedgebury Forest Mountain Bike Trail
    https://bedgeburypinetum.org.uk/home/activities/cycling/

    Trail Map:

    http://www.boarsonbikes.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/mapat1stJuly.png
     

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