Regular Forest Ride – 17th May 2013

Eleven of us started out from ‘The Gate‘ and headed along the flat past West Dean pond and along the fire-road of the family trail. After a sharp left turn up a dirt bank we headed up a track known locally as Jamie’s Back Passage. Some riders shot to the top quite quickly while . . . → Read More: Regular Forest Ride – 17th May 2013

50miles and 4 big hills

Sunday looked like rain but with Andy, Ian, Mark and myself on the road it dare not, or that’s what we thought.

Having suggested we do a 50mile ride, we all set off for the hills and reaching Beachy Head in good time against a strong head wind. After that we settled in to a . . . → Read More: 50miles and 4 big hills

Cycle Seahaven’s Action Divas

A little publicised all female cycling event Action DIVA in aid of Action Medical Research for Children took place at the weekend, promoted by Davina McCall.

About 400 women – including Davina McCall – took part in the ride, setting off from the National Golf Course in Uckfield in groups of 20, to pedal away . . . → Read More: Cycle Seahaven’s Action Divas

Bishopstone Bridge cycle lane now safer

Although it has not yet been formally opened, the cycle lane under Bishopstone Bridge is now usable. This is a very much needed link between the Ouse Estuary Trail and the cycle lane on Seaford seafront. It is now possible for families and beginners to cycle safely from Edinburgh Road, Seaford, to Newhaven Town.

The . . . → Read More: Bishopstone Bridge cycle lane now safer

Local riders meet Friston Forest Rangers

A group of 19 local riders met up with the Forestry Commission to discuss the possibility of forming a mutually beneficial partnership. Cycle Seahaven and other local groups & businesses were represented.

One of the outcomes was the forming of an online forum where options and direction could be discussed with a far wider audience.

. . . → Read More: Local riders meet Friston Forest Rangers

Sunday Blast Ride Report

hot weather and a hotter pace Stats; Distance 52.6 miles, Avg. speed 16.9 mph, riding time 3:05 hrs, time elapsed 3:57 hrs. . . . → Read More: Sunday Blast Ride Report