South Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment (SCATE) SCATE held a very positive meeting with the National Park authority about our Transport Vision and the need to promote more sustainable transport within and to the Park (for the Park’s own sake and for carbon reduction reasons). SCATE agreed to draw up a network of […]
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Entries by Guy Reynolds
Saturday, 20 July 2019 was the busiest day for Cycle Seahaven so far this year. During the morning we hosted the annual ‘Women’s Festival of Cycling’ Ladies Ride. The club trailer was used to transport the bikes to Heathfield after which the ladies cycled back along the Cuckoo Trail to Seaford, via the Arlington Tea […]
East Sussex is one of the worst areas in Europe for disease-carrying ticks, a new study has revealed. The report has been compiled by experts from across Europe, including scientists from the University of East London who combed through all recorded incidents of ticks found carrying the bacteria which causes Lyme disease, spanning seven years […]
Cycle Seahaven’s Trailer is a great resource available to members of the club. It is capable of carrying 24 bikes, including 4 E-bikes. We’d really like to use the trailer more to enable us to host club rides somewhere different. To achieve this we are looking for vehicle owners, who have tow hooks fitted to […]
Bespoke is organizing a mass cycle ride along Eastbourne Seafront on June 9th 2019. The aim is to get a designated Eastbourne Promande Cycle Route opened. So why not support them, ride over with a bunch of mates and enjoy an ice cream on the beach?
Go riding Get fit Challenge yourself Have fun The spring is officially here and just like a bear waking up from the winter sleep, I am too starting to feel more alive (although coffee helps with that greatly…) My last year’s plan to get bike fit has gone somewhat skewed due to injuries, but this […]
I would like to thank everyone that attended the AGM last night. It was at times a little challenging but nevertheless very productive. I’m grateful to those of you who voted to discuss the proposed changes to the constitution, despite a valid and legitimate challenge to defer it. The vote saved the committee a significant chunk of time and because of the number of attendees (75 in total), it was perhaps more inclusive than doing it at a later date in an EGM. For […]
Hi everyone. This is Cycle Seahaven’s 10th year and membership is at a record high. We are not far off having 400 members but we can only achieve this if those of you that haven’t renewed do so now. There are about 70 of you that haven’t. Denis Bass, the Membership Secretary and Treasurer, literally […]
Riding without gears isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Some do it for fitness, others for ease of maintenance and a few are just plain bonkers. We are lucky to have a high number of Single Speed (SS) riders in Cycle Seahaven but let’s face it, we aren’t an average club. Even more impressive is the […]