The tiny village of Peaslake lies at the heart of some of the best mountain biking in the Surrey Hills, nestled at the base of Holmbury and Pitch hills.

With a bike shop, pub, village shop, large car park and great trails on the doorstep, Peaslake has become a mecca for mountain biking in the south east.

Note: please DON'T PARK in Peaslake village centre!

Please respect the local residents by not parking in the village centre and not blocking driveways or parking on verges. See below for more information about parking.

Home of the infamous cheese straws and pork & leek slices, Peaslake Village Stores is the perfect stop off for mid-ride refreshments in the bus shelter.



Parking

Walking Bottom car park (Hurtwood Car Park No. 2) - postcode: GU5 9QW - is just outside the village and is the largest & most popular car park. It gets extremely busy on Saturday and Sunday mornings. There are plenty of other car parks in the area.

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Trails

You can access the Holmbury Hill mountain bike trails and Pitch Hill mountain bike trails direct from Peaslake. It is also easy to get across to Winterfold and to descend the other side of Holmbury Hill and climb up to Leith Hill.

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Refreshments

Peaslake Village Stores serves teas, coffees, fanastic homemade cakes and baked goods including the infamous cheese straws and pork & leek slices as well as cold drinks, crisps, chocolate etc.

The Hurtwood Inn is a pub serving drinks and cooked food - perfect for a post-ride pint outside in the sunshine watching mountain bikers cruise past!

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Bike Shop

Peaslake is home to Howard and the gang at Pedal & Spoke. Operating out of their tiny shack in the centre of Peaslake opposite the pub, this is the UK's number one Santa Cruz dealer.

They love a custom build with the latest kit and they also have some Santa Cruz bikes for hire if you're not bringing your own.

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