Good turnout for Good Friday Ride

Taking a breather at Chapel Hill

The Easter Bank Holiday Weekend got off to a cracking start with a twenty mile touring ride through some beautiful country lanes on Good Friday morning. Twelve cyclists set off from Exceat at 9.30 am and cycled along Litlington Lane towards Wilmington. It wasn’t long before the cyclists . . . → Read More: Good turnout for Good Friday Ride

Why ride in the middle of the road?

This well crafted article published in motoring.co.uk describes why cyclists sometimes ride in the middle of the road.

Why do cyclists ride in the middle of the road? Because they’re allowed to: a poster from the Department for Transport advises “Cyclists. Ride central on narrow roads.” think.direct.gov.uk/cycling.html

See those potholes? Not good for your suspension, . . . → Read More: Why ride in the middle of the road?

Tuesday Morning Ride to Arlington, 1 April 2014

Cyclists at the Arlington Tea Gardens

Spring is a great time for cycling through country lanes. The hedgerows are coming alive with blossom and wild flowers, the birds are in song and the air is full of countryside fragrances, some better than others!

Last Tuesday was a perfect day for cycling. Not only was . . . → Read More: Tuesday Morning Ride to Arlington, 1 April 2014

Cradle Hill bike train

Monday morning on 31st March and Tuesday 1st April – the weather was great for a cycle ride to school. Organised by enthusiastic parents and supported by Sustrans and Cycle Seahaven, the bike train started in Bramber Road and then picked up more kids and parents en route. We rode on Southdown Road, Hindover . . . → Read More: Cradle Hill bike train