Mountain bikes at Bedgebury

Our country estate has direct access to the Pinetum & Forest, so whether you use a Bedgebury Park bike or bring your own, Bedgebury forest is a cyclist's paradise.

Bedgebury Park, Kent

Mountain Biking from Bedgebury Park
Bedgebury Forest is described as South East England's 'most exciting place to get active in the outdoors' and for mountain bikers that claim certainly lives up to expectation! For the serious mountain biker Bedgebury Forest has an excellent 13-kilometer marked single-track trail and a freeride area, whilst a 9-kilometer family trail (with the option of riding a shorter 4 kilometer loop) provides an ideal location for traffic-free leisure riding.

Stay and ride - direct from your door
Come, stay and ride straight from your cottage door. Whether you want to take a leisurely tour of some family trails or blast round the single track at Bedgebury and come back mud-spattered, hiring your bikes from us means you get to try the latest season's mountain bikes in perfect condition, serviced by trained and experienced mechanics.

Bedgebury Bikes for Hire
2014 KTM Ultra one 29 now for hire in S, M, L.
The Ultra is the playful stalwart in KTM's range of mountain bikes. The words “entry level” don't do it justice as it surpasses all other competitors in its class. Attention to detail, great frame features and outstanding performance wrapped into a killer bike. Ride, smile, repeat......
Features include:
> Integrated Postmount Brake
> Alloy 3D Dropouts
> Fork Lockout
> Disc Brake
> Groupset: Shimano

Booking and Rates
Please contact office or email info@bedgeburypark.com for more information and current hire rates.

Single-track Mountain Bike Trail
Following the family trail from Bedgebury Park you are straight on to the forest paths that test bike handling skills and fitness levels. The hilly nature of the land provides for some short sharp climbs, which pleasingly result in some fast, flowing technical descents. The single-track is broken-up into sections, normally dissected by a fire road, which provided the opportunity to give the trail full gas and then re-group. The one-way route is extremely well sign-posted and offers many challenges from tree roots on the descents, short sharp climbs, and rocky terrain.

Black Run
The black-run is a short section, which features several drop-off style jumps. Riders can easily divert around this section if jumps are not wanted.

Dirt Jumps / Freeride
Just off the main path is a freeride area consisting of a downhill run with a number of dirt jumps and tabletops. Just away from the dirt jumps, some low level North Shore sections provide a good test of a rider's balance and agility.

Leisure Riding
Whilst the single-track trail caters for mountain bike enthusiasts, the rest of the Forest is very much family orientated. The 9-kilometer leisure trail (with its shorter 4 kilometer loop) is on managed way-marked paths and fire roads. Plenty of families enjoy cycling in a traffic-free environment.

And on the road
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Kent countyside there are many beautiful road rides which can be accessed from Bedgebury Park and It is worth noting that Sustrans' National Route 18 from Canterbury to Tunbridge Wells passes right through the forest.