Cycle the Solar System in the South Downs
15 February 2018 to 17 February 2018
10.30am to 1pm, or 2pm to 4.30pm (2.5 hours)
Places limited, booking essential (see below)
Adults £5 / Children £2.50 / Family (2 adults, 2 children) £14
Cycle faster than the speed of light with science-artist Nick Sayers, on a fun 4.5km bike tour of the planets, along Centurion Way in the South Downs National Park. Explore the worlds of the Solar System at a billionth true scale on this guided ride, with NASA photo flags and planet-sized fruit and veg. If Jupiter is a watermelon, the Earth is a blueberry…
Two rides daily (starting at 10.30am or 2pm), lasting approximately 2.5 hours, on Thursday 15, Friday 16 and Saturday 17 February.
Bring a road-safe bike, lights, warm clothes, thick socks and your curiosity.
For adults and children aged 10 years and up. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
On the Centurion Way path between Brandy Hole Lane and Hunters Race (west of Hunters Way), Chichester, West Sussex
PO19 5RB / OS Map ref: SU855071
Cycle to the start of the event by cycling up the Centurion Way from Bishop Luffa School, or join the Centurion Way at Brandy Hole Lane, cycling north until you reach the starting point, just before the grassy amphitheatre at Hunters Race.
South Downs National Park Authority