How to plan a new route

Ride leaders, have you ever thought, “I’d like to go somewhere different today.” Cyclists, have you thought, “Not Firle Road and Bopeep, again?”

Don’t despair, help is at hand. Cycle Seahaven has produced a video guide to help you to plan new routes. It gives you the skills and tools you will need to explore . . . → Read More: How to plan a new route

New regular rides for Monday & Tuesday


Starting in Seaford at 1:30pm, and generally for about a couple of hours. A mix of bridleways, country roads and trails. Suitable for hybrid or mountain bikes at an average speed of 8mph.

Ride leader: Tony Rowswell


Leaving the White Lion at 5:30pm we head down to the seafront and ride towards the . . . → Read More: New regular rides for Monday & Tuesday

Route Maps

A new page has been added to our website that lists a small selection of our favourite rides. The list can be sorted by mileage or total climb so you can look for routes by distance or effort. You can use the search function to filter routes by destination, distance or type (Road, MTB, Track). . . . → Read More: Route Maps

Longer MTB pub rides

We have two off-road pub-rides coming up for December that are longer than our normal beginner ones, but will still be taken at a very slow pace.

Thursday 11th is an 16-mile round-trip to The Abergavenny Arms in Rodmell for a couple of drinks. It’s a very flat route, but half is on road and . . . → Read More: Longer MTB pub rides

Leisure Cycling with a Car

This is the first of a series of articles aimed at leisure cyclists and families looking for enjoyable rides without traffic and few or no hills. In general, too, it will mean the ability to carry cycles by car to the start and, equally inevitably, may mean an out and back route. Still, things always . . . → Read More: Leisure Cycling with a Car