Your tour begins in front of Unitarian Church, conveniently located in the city center, at promptly 6pm. Here, you’ll greet your guide, don a protective helmet, and receive a short safety briefing.
Start off on a cycle path that winds through Victoria Lawns and the Grand Parade Gardens, two of Brighton’s most scenic outdoor spaces. Continue through the graffiti-laden backstreets of North Laine and then stop in the Cultural Quarter to hear about the Royal Pavilion, a lavish palace commissioned by King George IV.
Then, pedal onto a cycle path adjacent to Brighton’s coastline: beneath the atmospheric cloak of twilight, architectural gems such as the Grand Hotel and Brighton Pier begin to illuminate, endowing a magical hue over the city.
Pass the quaint fishing quarter an the grand Theatre Royal before arriving back at your departure point in front of Unitarian Church.