Tour of Sussex: Race History
Now established as one of the UK’s largest and most revered grassroots multi-stage road races, the Tour of Sussex is organised and run by Three Sixty Sport Ltd.
Our goal has always been to put on events that we would like to be racing in ourselves. To deliver a pro-rider experience to the grassroots riders, all the way from juniors on their way up to the weekend warriors and seasoned veterans.
Fulfilling the Surrey League participation commitment for Team ASL360, the Tour of Sussex was run as part of the Men’s Surrey League for individual riders and teams between 2013-2015.
Over the years the event has grown from strength to strength; the number of stages has increased to 5 per Tour, the rider field limit cap is now 80, races have been held at numerous iconic and legendary Sussex landmarks, the Women’s Tour was introduced in 2017 and finally the rider and spectator experiences have benefited from larger prize lists, participant packs, event programmes, support races, race photography and highlight videos.
Over the years the ‘Tour of Sussex’ has existed under many different formats spanning back several decades. Deep-rooted in local grassroots cycle racing history, much of this history lives on with past participants. We would love to hear of any past results, stories and photography from years prior to 2013, please contact us here.