Entries by Guy Reynolds

Cycling UK offers free membership to NHS staff

Cycling UK is offering free membership to NHS staff “in recognition of the significant contribution” that they “are making in keeping the UK safe” during the coronavirus pandemic. Please pass the news on to anyone you know who could benefit NHS workers who are riding bikes to get to work during the crisis will be […]

British Cycling are launching a daily activity to keep kids moving during school shutdown (Covid 19 compliant)

British Cycling has today (Wednesday 25 March) launched a daily activity calendar to keep kids moving and help them to develop new skills, as millions across Britain adjust to life out of school. The first activity, taking place at 11:00 tomorrow (Thursday 26 March), is Fingers and Thumbs, and the full calendar of activities can […]

Warning that cycling could be banned if people don’t ride responsibly this weekend

‘Make sure bikes continue to be seen to be part of the solution to this crisis’ – Chris Boardman by ALEX BOWDEN SAT, MAR 28, 2020 10:39 British Cycling has warned that the ‘privilege’ of riding a bike could be removed if people fail to observe instructions on social distancing this weekend. In an open letter(link is […]

Statement about Coronavirus and advice for Cycling UK groups and volunteers

Coronavirus is in the headlines everywhere at the moment but what does this mean for cycling? We take the health and well-being of our members, supporters, groups and volunteers very seriously so we’re currently following Government and NHS guidance very closely.   Cycle Seahaven takes a similar view to that of Cycling UK. The health […]

Reduce the risk of your bike getting stolen with a ‘Geo-fence’.

Geozone – Are you protected? I last wrote about criminals using Strava to identify high-value bikes and their storage locations in June 2018. Over the last few weeks, I’ve read numerous social media posts about high-value bikes thefts from garages in close proximity to Seaford. So, at the risk of being repetitive, I thought it […]