Halloween Haunted Cycle Challenge – open to all junior members


HAlloween skeleton on a bike.Half term has arrived and it’s time to get on your bikes and get riding.

Starting Saturday 24th October Cycle Seahaven would like all our young riders (all members under 18) to get on their bikes and clock up some much needed miles for this virtual Halloween Challenge.

East Sussex hosts 11 of the most haunted places in the UK and we are planning to cycle (virtually) to as many of them as we can.

To cover all 11 we would need to cycle a total of 700 miles in just one week and that is why we need you ALL on board for this fun adventure.

The idea is that you get on your bike with your family and friends (where Covid restrictions permit) and get cycling.  It doesn’t matter if you do 1 mile or 20 miles because every single mile covered by you and your family will count.

We need you to be out riding as much as you can during the half term week and making sure you know how many miles you have covered on each ride.  Oh and don’t forget to take and send us your photos for each ride.  At the end of each day you just need to message us with the miles covered by you and whomever braved the weather to ride with you.  We will add everyone’s miles together and see how far we have travelled.

Each night we will calculate the distance covered and post on Facebook and the website blog where we have reached and give you a short story on why our destination for the day is so haunted.

The challenge will run until Saturday 31st October when we will post our final blog BUT on Friday 30th October we are planning something super Halloweeny.

All young members who take part will be able to visit a very local and haunted place.  We will be able to enjoy a hotdog, toast some marshmallows and share some spooky ghost stories.  You will of course have to dress up in your best Halloween costume for this but it will be worth it.

If you would like to take part then please do get in touch with either Donna Turner or Joanne Barlow to register and save your space for the Friday Night Fun.

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Tim Venables
Tim Venables
24th October 2020 1:22 pm

The singletrack disters claim a combined 15 miles of freaky Friston this morning!