More good news for Egrets Way

Earlier this month the Prime Minister announced new funds from the Department of Transports ‘Linking Communities Fund’ to boost cycling nationally and which includes £3.8m going to the South Downs National Park, boosted to £5.2m with match funding from local authorities.

Neville Harrison, OVCN Chairman said ‘The really good news is that the Egrets Way . . . → Read More: More good news for Egrets Way

Lewes to Kingston Cycleway Opening

Brighton Breezy Randonée

Fancy a fun cycle ride? Brighton and Hove CTC are holding their first randonnée style event, the “Brighton Breezy” on Sunday 8th Sept with a 70 km or 100 km bike ride in East Sussex and the Low Weald.


Ride starts between 9 – 9:30 ( Sunday Sept 8th ) , with registration open . . . → Read More: Brighton Breezy Randonée

Leisure Cycling with a Car

This is the first of a series of articles aimed at leisure cyclists and families looking for enjoyable rides without traffic and few or no hills. In general, too, it will mean the ability to carry cycles by car to the start and, equally inevitably, may mean an out and back route. Still, things always . . . → Read More: Leisure Cycling with a Car

The Avenue Verte: An Update

The Avenue Verte, a route between London and Paris for cyclists and walkers was signposted along it’s entire length just over 12 months ago. Ideally, you should now be able to jump on your bike in London or Seaford/Newhaven and just follow the signs to Paris but the signposting seems patchy so you could well . . . → Read More: The Avenue Verte: An Update

BBQ Rides – 10th Aug 2013

A barbeque and two cycle rides were held on Saturday, 10th August, leaving from the Flying Fish at Denton as part of the day of fun and fund raising by Cycle Seahaven for the Ouse Valley Cycle Network ( – a planned network of walking and cycling routes between Newhaven and Lewes. The weather was . . . → Read More: BBQ Rides – 10th Aug 2013

Touring Road Ride to Littlehampton – 6 August 2013

We’re quite lucky in Cycle Seahaven as we have a national cycle route going through our area as well as a ferry port on our doorstep. This means we can easily cycle to London or Paris using the newly signposted Avenue Verte route or cycle along the south coast on Route 2 (The South Coast . . . → Read More: Touring Road Ride to Littlehampton – 6 August 2013