MTB Trail Sabotage

Cycle Seahaven have been made aware of fishing line being strung across the trails at Paradise MTB, Eastbourne. There have also been reports of intentional damage on some of the popular tracks in Friston Forest, with logs being pulled across the trail.

This appalling behaviour has been reported by BBC News and Eastbourne Herald and . . . → Read More: MTB Trail Sabotage

Cycling to Paris

Three of us, all members of Cycle Seahaven, recently cycled to Paris along the Avenue Verte. We were part of a group of nine cyclists from the Phoenix Cycling Club whose aim was to follow this signposted route between the British and French capital cities. The signposting had been completed in 2012, just in time . . . → Read More: Cycling to Paris

Southease to Rodmell Opening Celebration

Saturday 7th June

The weather forecast for rain did not deter the 50 walkers, horse riders and cyclists who attended the official opening of the Southease to Rodmell section of Egrets Way. This latest section to be completed (also called Phase 2, Phase 1 being the Kingston to Lewes section) starts at a wide gate . . . → Read More: Southease to Rodmell Opening Celebration

Shared Seafront Queries

Segregated Marking to join or leave the seafront

A few Seaford residents have been in touch with Cycle Seahaven for clarification on the design of the shared cycling scheme on Seaford seafront between the Martello Tower and Edinburgh Road. The floor-painted markings at the Martello and Edinburgh Road ends were installed by East Sussex . . . → Read More: Shared Seafront Queries