Ride Report – Easter Egg Hunt 2016

The Cycle Seahaven Family Forest Rides for 2016 started this Easter Saturday as just over 50 cyclists took to Friston Forest for what is becoming an annual Easter Saturday bike ride and Easter Egg hunt. 28 children braved the dry but windy weather for the promise of finding a hidden Cream Egg as they . . . → Read More: Ride Report – Easter Egg Hunt 2016

Ride Report – Brighton Races – 4C

Thirteen intrepid riders set out form the White Lion at 8am on Sunday morning, 20th March. It was a breezy day and just warm enough for shorts, but only if you also wore a few layered tops.

We took the Ouse Estuary trail from Seaford to Newhaven, then the cycle track past Denton Island and . . . → Read More: Ride Report – Brighton Races – 4C

Newberry Tully sponsor our First Aid course

Article shown in Haven News:

An estate agency in Seaford is working together with a local cycling group, a safety training provider and a Sussex charity to provide first aid courses later this month.

Newberry Tully in Church Street, is sponsoring the two-day training sessions which will see bike ride leaders from Cycle Seahaven . . . → Read More: Newberry Tully sponsor our First Aid course

Super Cycling on the Spring Equinox

Cyclists at Lakeside Café, Horam

It was a chilly morning for the Spring Equinox on Sunday but that didn’t deter eleven Cycle Seahaven members from jumping on their road bikes and going for a ride to Lakeside Café at Horam. There were two groups: seven Sportives (average speed of 17 mph) who took a . . . → Read More: Super Cycling on the Spring Equinox

Family Easter Egg Ride 2017

Saturday 15th April we will hold our hugely popular Annual Family Forest Easter Egg Ride.

We meet at the first Forest car park at 2:00pm for a short briefing where you get to meet everyone and talk about the rules to stay safe.

We will then take the family route round the forest stopping half . . . → Read More: Family Easter Egg Ride 2017

Sunday Morning Touring Rides

Now that Spring has well and truly arrived, the Sunday morning touring rides will revert to an 8.30am start as from Sunday 20 March. Also, they will revert to starting at the Martello Tower.

Touring rides are for those cyclists who prefer to cycle at an average of 12½ mph whilst cycling; it is an . . . → Read More: Sunday Morning Touring Rides


Ice is clearly a hazard for cyclists. It can catch out even the most experienced of us and in late Winter the roads can be unexpectedly slippery. Also, the temperature a few miles inland can be 2 or 3 degrees lower than along the coast. As a ride leader the possibility of ice is one . . . → Read More: ICE