Road closures during BHF London to Brighton bike ride

28,500 cyclists took part in the British Heart Foundations (BHF) London to Brighton Bike Ride in 2014.  Picture by Danny Fitzpatrick
28,500 cyclists took part in the British Heart Foundations (BHF) London to Brighton Bike Ride in 2014. Picture by Danny Fitzpatrick

Residents are warned of road closures and bus diversions ahead of a charity event which is expected to see more than 14,000 people cycle through Sussex.

The British Heart Foundation London to Brighton Bike Ride 2016’s route will go through Smallfield, Copthorne, Turners Hill, Ardingly, Haywards Heath, Wivesfield, Ditchling and Brighton on Sunday (June 19).

Chapel Road, Redehall Road and Antlands Lane will be closed from 5.30am, expected to reopen 2pm. Effingham Road, from Keeper’s Corner to West Park Road, from 5.45am to 2.15pm; West Park Road to Dukes Head Roundabout, from 6am to 2.30pm.

A one way southbound system will be in place on the B2028 and North Street in Turners Hill from 6.30am to 4.30pm, the B2028 to Summerfield Lane via Ardingly until 5pm and Oathall and Hazelgrove Road, from Oathall Avenue to Sussex Square roundabout, and the B2112 from Rocky Lane to Folders Lane until 5.30pm.

The B2112 to Ditchling will be closed from 6am to 5.30pm. Northend Lane to Beacon Road, over Ditchling Beacon to Coldean Lane will be closed from 6am to 6pm.

For more information visit https://www.bhf.org.uk/get-involved/events/bike-rides/london-to-brighton-bike-ride

Danny Fitzpatrick took this photo - see more at http://www.dfphotography.co.uk

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