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New Knog Rechargable Blinder front light 15% off
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Whyte T129 Works (2014) £2,099 - M in stock!
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Save 10% off your next bike service
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Great savings on commuter and leisure bikes from Whyte
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Women's Wilier Stella demo now available
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Zero % Finance & Cycle to Work Schemes
Save up to 40% off your next bike Cycle to Work provider's commission will be added to discounted bikes. E-certificates? Call first to arrange collection. If you don't have the cash or can't wait ask us about V12 0% finance (minimum spend £350).
Quest Adventure is a bike shop in Worthing, Sussex serving Brighton, Chichester & Horsham. We are dealers for Marin, Niner, Wilier, Scott, Whyte, Ridgeback, Kinesis, Genesis, Saracen, Tomac, Sabbath and Cotic for road bikes, mountain bikes, cummuter, leisure bikes specialist for 29ers/27.5 and women's bikes. Clothing from Endura, Northwave, Pearl Izumi, Gore & Fox. Nutrition from S.I.S., ZipVit and Torq. Bits from GoPro, Lezyne & Topeak. We have a specialist cycle workshop staffed by Cytech trained mechanics who can carry out custom builds, cycle servicing and bike repairs.
There are mountain bike rides on the South Downs twice a month, one mixed and one for women. For MTB skills try South Downs MTB Skills & for other MTB rides try Brighton MTB. Road rides are every week with WECC. We believe that, to buy the best bike for you, you need to discuss your requirements face to face.
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Worthing sits between Brighton and Chichester and is one of the best cycling towns in the UK. Its on the edge of one of the largest uninterrupted riding areas in the UK, The South Downs, with endless miles of quiet roads and varied mountain bike trails. There are about 13 offroad trail heads within the town boundary.
Cycling in Worthing is 3 times the national average (even though the town does not have a single cycle route as defined by the Department for Transport) and that does not include the huge number of regular road and mountain bikers. The National Cycle Route sadly ends in Worthing, maybe the expectation is that no cyclist would want to leave once they arrived in this great cycling town.
Times are a changing in the town and the city fathers have realised that this town is young, active and go ahead. Worthing Borough Council has an excellent Cycle Champion in Councillor John Rogers who is passionately working for cyclists in the area.