Peacehaven Cycle Route Ideas pt.2

Further to our previous post asking for ideas on routes around Peacehaven we’ve come up with a draft map as a way of keeping track.

Here are the ideas so far.

NCN2 along Arundel Road is spoilt by cars parking over the cycle infrastructure, and the cycle gaps created by the islands fill up with . . . → Read More: Peacehaven Cycle Route Ideas pt.2

Lockup Needed

Cycle Seahaven is looking for secure premises where we can store bikes and cycle gear. We would need our own key for access at all times of the day, and enough room to store a large bike trailer and some loan kit such as bikes, helmets and lights. It needs to be low cost because . . . → Read More: Lockup Needed

Life Saving Helmet Stickers Come to Sussex

The Sussex Safer Roads Partnership is supporting the rollout of QR code stickers that carry personal information about the rider. This is important if someone is involved in an accident. The stickers are designed to be fixed to a crash helmet and can be scanned by emergency services for personal and medical information.

Throughout 2015, . . . → Read More: Life Saving Helmet Stickers Come to Sussex

Thursday Pub Ride Report – 7th May

Last night we had 25 riders of widely varying ages and abilities congregate on The Flying Fish, some joining us en-route from as far away as Polegate. It was great to see some newcomers to Thursday’s regular pub ride: welcome to Lou and her son Cam (13), Alan, Steve, and Fergus.

A number of members . . . → Read More: Thursday Pub Ride Report – 7th May

Family Forest Ride Report – 2nd May 2015

17 riders took part in our second Forest Family Ride for 2015. We met at the first forest car park at 2:00 and rode along the Family Trail to the Candy Canes where we went into the pump track allowing the kids (including the adult kids – namely Mr Lock) to have a go at . . . → Read More: Family Forest Ride Report – 2nd May 2015