A way to reduce flat tyres.

There have been a few Facebook posts over the last few weeks about multiple punctures sustained whilst riding off-road. It is always the same this time of year.

For me, punctures are doubly inconvenient as I commute cross-country from Lewes to Seaford and in winter this means riding there and back in the dark. When . . . → Read More: A way to reduce flat tyres.

Proposed “upgrading” of A27 – Beddingham to Polegate

A27 East of Lewes road improvement scheme

Preferred Route Announcement from Highways England

The preferred route is detailed in the linked document. Briefly, there is a shared use path from Beddingham to Polegate for pedestrians and cyclists; there are small changes at Drusillas Junction and very small changes at Wilmington, together with changes at Polegate . . . → Read More: Proposed “upgrading” of A27 – Beddingham to Polegate

5 Day Tour of Normandy September 2017

Whilst Clive was taking some Seahaven riders along the Loire Valley, four members from the Touring Section went on a five-day mini tour of Normandy in early September, the total distance cycled over the five days was 260 miles as a round trip from Seaford, utilising the Newhaven to Dieppe Ferry. The aim was to . . . → Read More: 5 Day Tour of Normandy September 2017

Cycle Touring in the Loire Valley

Cycle Seahaven cyclists on the Loire Valley trip.

Cycle touring in France is always a pleasant experience and, as we live on the south coast of England, it makes sense to pop across the Channel now and again to indulge in our pleasurable pursuit on the right hand side of the road!

Three months . . . → Read More: Cycle Touring in the Loire Valley

Your views on the AGM

The Committee are looking to ‘tweak’ the format of the AGM and we’d welcome your input. Members have been sent a link inviting responses. If you didn’t receive it you can find it here. We look forward to your suggestions.

Good advice from AA on cycling on the road

https://www.theaa.com/driving-advice/safety/cyclists-and-drivers-sharing-the-road

Date of Tourer’s Christmas Meal 2017

Tourers’ Christmas Meal in 2016

Ho, Ho, Ho. Autumn is just round the corner so Christmas isn’t that far off! Time to start thinking about Christmas meals.

The Cycle Seahaven Tourers, those road cyclists who cruise around the country lanes at a sedately 12½ mph, have had their Christmas meal at the British Legion . . . → Read More: Date of Tourer’s Christmas Meal 2017

Sunday Touring Pace Riders Enjoy The Warm Weather.

Perfect late summer cycling conditions were enjoyed by 10 Cycle Seahaven Riders on Sunday’s Touring Pace Ride to the Pevensey Castle Tea Rooms. A fantastic back lanes and virtually traffic free route was a pleasure to ride.

Happy Cycling

Dave