Review of the Avenue Verte

I recently cycled from London to Paris with a few friends by following the signposted Avenue Verte route. The signposting was completed in 2012, just before the start of the London Olympics. Some of it was a joy to cycle along but other parts were dreadful and sometimes dangerous. Parts of the route were poorly . . . → Read More: Review of the Avenue Verte

Cycling nutrition on a budget

Cycling nutrition on a budget – 5 cheaper ways to fuel your ride

exclusively for Cycle Seahaven by Dean Ronnie

Often overlooked by everyday cyclists, nutrition is an important part of cycling. Cycling is hard work; it demands all of your physical energy and can leave you feeling quite drained. In order to avoid cycling . . . → Read More: Cycling nutrition on a budget

Quick tip #1

Wrap your mobile phone in cling-film or pop it in sealable plastic bag to keep it dry on longer rides. Smartphones are still usable with both these methods.

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Quick tip #2 Quick tip #3

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Egrets Way Planning Approved

Cycle Seahaven are encouraged to hear that South Downs National Park has approved the Planning Application for the Egrets Way.

Our Chairman, Jamie Lynch, said, “We are happy that the Park Authority is looking to promote cycling and give it the priority that is clearly needed in considering all transport options in the Park area. . . . → Read More: Egrets Way Planning Approved

Parker Pen Site Development

A Planning proposal has been added for 145 homes on the old Parker Pen Site. There are further plans on the drawing board for substantially more houses on the adjoining Eastside. Cycle Seahaven are always keen to see if local development correctly considers the needs of people who choose to make journeys by bicycle, so . . . → Read More: Parker Pen Site Development

Sunday Social – 13th July 2014

Our ride started from Seaford’s Martello Tower at 6pm. A stiff on-shore breeze felt very good on this muggy evening with glimpses of sunshine through lots of cloud cover. Five riders headed East along the seafront road before turning down Cliff Gardens to follow National Cycle Route 2. We followed the . . . → Read More: Sunday Social – 13th July 2014

Egrets Way Planning Meeting – 10th July 2014

Cycle Seahaven will be represented at the planning meeting for Egrets Way.

On Thursday 10th July the South Downs National Park Authority will consider the ‘Egrets Way’ planning application for a shared route (walking, cycling, disabled) between Lewes and Newhaven.

The full agenda can be read using THIS LINK. The Egrets Way is agenda item . . . → Read More: Egrets Way Planning Meeting – 10th July 2014