Bike It! Bluebell Bike rides

The Tudor Trail:

If you want to see more in a day then take to two wheels on the Tudor Cycle Trail, a great bluebell bike ride and day out for all the family.   You can walk this route too but do take care along the trail and look out for other users who may be on bikes.  You can walk or cycle from Penshurst Place to Tonbridge castle and catch the train back to Penshurst taking you through the delightful Haysden Country Park where you will see masses ofbluebells during April coating the floor of this lush broadleaved woodland.  Take your time to explore this beautiful woodland before taking in the other sightseeing opportunities this area offers.

Bedgebury

Bedgebury offers some of the best cycling opportunities in Kent whether you’re a beginner or pro. Cycling through carpets of Bluebells on this bike ride is certainly an experience that should not be missed – watch the haze of blue drift past your eyes as you embark on an unforgettable Bluebell bike ride through Bedgebury which truly is a park that changes through the seasons. With an incredible and diverse woodland to explore, simply park up and hit the tracks on Bedgebury’s fab waymarked trails!

Kingswood

What better way to explore this 1500 acre forest than by bike?  You will be richly rewarded with countless bluebells which will be appearing in abundance right now.  Nestled in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kingswood is one of the best places to find bluebells in Kent and it’s an extra magical spot as it has a sculpture trail also running through the woods.  We can’t think of a better experience than to spend the day on a bluebell bike ride spotting trail – compare the different areas of woodland as you cycle along taking the day at your own pace. Plus there are some great pubs either end of the woods – it would be rude not to explore those too!

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