Dieppe Channel Hopper

Cyclists outside the Hotel de la Plage in Dieppe

 

Four of us from Cycle Seahaven hopped across the Channel with three other cyclists last Friday to take part in a cycling trip organised by Phoenix-CTC, a member group of Cycling UK. We stayed at the Hotel de la Plage, a hotel I’ve used . . . → Read More: Dieppe Channel Hopper

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Ferry Saved

Since posting an item on the blog a week ago ‘Last Chance to Channel Hop to Dieppe’ it’s been announced this week that the Newhaven – Dieppe crossing will continue after the end of this year. That’s good news for Newhaven and the people who work on the ferry; also it maintains the vital sea . . . → Read More: Ferry Saved

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Last Chance to Channel Hop to Dieppe

We’re lucky to have a ferry Port on our doorstep, so to speak, as France is only a four hour ferry trip away. Dieppe is arguably the most attractive of all the French channel ports and the surrounding countryside is ideal for cycling. The country roads tend to be quieter than on this side of . . . → Read More: Last Chance to Channel Hop to Dieppe

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Cycle Touring in France

Some Cycle Seahaven cyclists on the Avenue Verte near Dieppe last September

Fancy some cycle touring in France?

If you’re a member of the CTC then you have the opportunity to do this with Phoenix-CTC, as explained in my previous post on this subject ‘Cycle Touring in France with Phoenix-CTC’.

There will be three . . . → Read More: Cycle Touring in France

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The Avenue Verte: An Update

The Avenue Verte, a route between London and Paris for cyclists and walkers was signposted along it’s entire length just over 12 months ago. Ideally, you should now be able to jump on your bike in London or Seaford/Newhaven and just follow the signs to Paris but the signposting seems patchy so you could well . . . → Read More: The Avenue Verte: An Update

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