Entries by Guy Reynolds

Help us to help you (carry an I.C.E card).

There has been some interesting debate in the club recently about data protection and ride leader access to In Case of Emergency (ICE) details. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident or suffer a medical episode we may need to contact a nominated person to advise them on your whereabouts (or to recover your bike). Ride leaders have been provided with ICE cards for you to complete and carry when out riding. If you haven’t […]

Local rides from schools to the beach

Sustrans are working with Sussex Wildlife Trust in Seaford, offering led rides from local schools to the beach. This is part of their wider Active Access for Growth project and Sussex Wildlife Trusts Wild Beach project, which encourages children to hop on their bikes and explore their local environment. As a result, Sustrans are looking […]

Peacehaven Centenary Cycle Hub

On Friday 23rd February Peacehaven Council will be launching a promotion of their new Centenary Cycle Hub, at The Meridian Centre, between 9 and 4pm. The event is to promote the new Hub, with exhibitors bringing adapted cycles to try out, revolving around anything Accessible – bikes, charitable causes, community focussed or health-related. The Mayor will be […]

Cycle helmet offer for CSH members

Following recent discussions about the benefits of wearing a cycle helmet people might be thinking about replacing or upgrading their own. Freedom Bikes  are offering Cycle Seahaven members a discount on selected bike helmets. From now until November 14th they  are offering 15% off all 2017 model Bontrager cycle helmets and 10% off all 2018 models – including […]

First Aid kits. Is anyone looking to buy one?

The CSH Committee are currently looking to source First Aid Kits and Whistles for Ride Leaders. As it is cheaper to buy in bulk, would anyone else (i.e. non ride leaders) be interested in purchasing their own first aid kit and/or whistle from the club? Following advice from experienced First Aiders we are looking to provide the […]

What did a Cycle helmet ever do for me?

If you have ever doubted the protection provided by a cycle helmet this might reassure you? The rider was concussed but did not suffer any major head injury. Always wear a helmet. It could save your life.