Egrets Way – unsurfaced section

Phase Two of Egrets Way (Southease to Rodmell) still has only half the river bank section surfaced, at the request of the landowner. This makes the full route unsuitable for the young, less experienced and less able unless the ground is hard and worn smooth. Cycle Seahaven contacted the Egrets Way project to see . . . → Read More: Egrets Way – unsurfaced section

Quick tip #2

Wrap duct tape around the body of your bicycle pump and you always have a ready supply to repair torn pockets/clothing, frayed cables, or anything else that breaks or comes loose on a ride. It will even temporarily repair slashed/split tyres and fix a puncture if you keep the pressure low.


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Touring up Chapel Hill

Cyclists in Hampden Park

Most Sunday mornings, weather permitting, some of the more experienced Cycle Seahaven cyclists meet at the Martello Tower on Seaford Promenade at 8.30 am to embark on a ride of which there may be a choice of up to three. There is usually a ride for the tourers, ie those . . . → Read More: Touring up Chapel Hill

New Café Stop

Cyclists at the Waldron Stores Cafe

In my previous post, Touring Rides Aplenty, I explained that our touring rides always include a café stop. Some of the cafes have been visited by us many times so we usually vary the routes to and from them to give variety to our rides. Occasionally we find . . . → Read More: New Café Stop

Touring Rides Aplenty

Cyclists at The Italian Way in Bexhill

There have been touring rides aplenty in recent months thanks to the fine weather. These are rides for cyclists who prefer to cycle at a touring pace, ie an average of 12 mph whilst cycling although the actual speed can vary quite considerably during a ride. The . . . → Read More: Touring Rides Aplenty