National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It runs from Crawley in Sussex southwards to Brighton where it is roughly following (and sometimes next to) the A23 Highway/London Road. In future, the route will also connect northwards to London starting alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth, and will duplicate National Cycle Route 21 between Redhill and Crawley. The northern section of the route between Wandsworth and Carshalton has already been completed. It follows the route of the Wandle Trail, and mainly runs on foot and cycle paths alongside the river.

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  • National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It runs from Crawley in Sussex southwards to Brighton where it is roughly following (and sometimes next to) the A23 Highway/London Road. In future, the route will also connect northwards to London starting alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth, and will duplicate National Cycle Route 21 between Redhill and Crawley. The northern section of the route between Wandsworth and Carshalton has already been completed. It follows the route of the Wandle Trail, and mainly runs on foot and cycle paths alongside the river. Links to: * National Cycle Route 2 at Brighton, the end of the route. * National Cycle Route 4 at Wandsworth, the start of the route. * National Cycle Route 21 at Redhill and at Crawley. * National Cycle Route 22 at Banstead. (en)
  • National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It is the London - Brighton cycle route which starts alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth heading south along a mixture of roads and cycle paths to the southern side of the M25, here it combines with National Cycle Route 21 which it follows to Crawley. In July 2020, the route between Crawley and Pyecombe was removed from that national cycle network due to being of insufficient quality, as a result a small section remains in Crawley after Route 21 heads off East. The old route here still exists physically and is mostly made up of a dedicated cycle path beside the A23 Dual Carriageway, however parts use the B2118 and B2114 which can have fast moving traffic. At Pyecombe the official route returns using a cycle path beside the A23, once south of the A27 Brighton bypass the route mostly uses on road cycle lanes on the A23 all they way to the seafront where it meets National Cycle Route 2 Links to: * National Cycle Route 2 at Brighton, the end of the route. * National Cycle Route 4 at Wandsworth, the start of the route. * National Cycle Route 21 at Redhill and at Crawley. * National Cycle Route 22 at Banstead. (en)
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  • National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It runs from Crawley in Sussex southwards to Brighton where it is roughly following (and sometimes next to) the A23 Highway/London Road. In future, the route will also connect northwards to London starting alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth, and will duplicate National Cycle Route 21 between Redhill and Crawley. The northern section of the route between Wandsworth and Carshalton has already been completed. It follows the route of the Wandle Trail, and mainly runs on foot and cycle paths alongside the river. (en)
  • National Cycle Route 20 is part of the United Kingdom's National Cycle Network. It is the London - Brighton cycle route which starts alongside the river Thames at Wandsworth heading south along a mixture of roads and cycle paths to the southern side of the M25, here it combines with National Cycle Route 21 which it follows to Crawley. In July 2020, the route between Crawley and Pyecombe was removed from that national cycle network due to being of insufficient quality, as a result a small section remains in Crawley after Route 21 heads off East. The old route here still exists physically and is mostly made up of a dedicated cycle path beside the A23 Dual Carriageway, however parts use the B2118 and B2114 which can have fast moving traffic. At Pyecombe the official route returns using a cycl (en)
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