Not a ride organised by us, but often several club members join in.
As in previous years there are 25, 40, and 75 mile options
See www.stleonardsrotary.org for details
We know that Fiona is going on the 40 mile route. Let us know if you are going on any of the routes and we’ll try to get people riding together
If you’re fancying something a bit different, Geof is doing the Horsmonden ride today, which is another good charity ride
This ride is back by popular demand, and will start from Tunbridge Wells Station (rear entrance). If you prefer to drive to the start, you can park for free on a Sunday on the roads around Tunbridge Wells Common. There is no free parking at the station, but it is very close to the common.
We ride out towards Pembury and then take the new A21 cycle path from Pembury to Tonbridge before heading west towards Haysden, Bough Beech and Hever. From there we head to Fordcombe, Langton Green and Rusthall and back into Tunbridge Wells. We will stop for lunch in one of the great pubs en route.
This ride is hilly, and has a mixture of off road paths, minor roads, town centre bustle and some short bits of quite major road. Fabulous scenery throughout and a bit different from our usual rides.
Start 10:30 am from Tunbridge Wells Station (rear entrance). Approximately 28 miles, Level-2B.
Coffee Ride – Robersbridge to Kings Toll Nursery Cafe circular
A short morning ride but with plenty of hills. Suitable for members who want a gentle ride and may need to walk some hills. Starting 10:15am at Robertsbridge railway station we will head out towards Burwash then north to Cottenden where we’ll circle round to Kings Toll Nursery Cafe for coffee before heading back via Etchingham. Appox 17 miles
Train from Hastings leaves at 09:50am
To book in please contact Denise on 07508262768
Thought I’d attempt to put my ride on again (which was abandoned in favour of a walk the last time I tried to put it on!). Hopefully the sunshine is here to stay.
Saturday 2nd March 10am from Pett Level. Approx 20miles from Pett Level via fairlight, Winchelsea and Rye. Level 2a
Please join me for a ride I’ve led before, a few small hills but at a slow pace as I’m very unfit….
hybrid or road bikes. We will be riding on a track for part of the route but I find its ok for my road bike.
Please meet me by the 30mph sign at Pett Level… parking along the beach, not opposite the houses as the residents get the hump!
Bring snacks/lunch we’ll stop from lunch & coffee along the way.
We should be back approx. 1pm
Please text me if you are coming on this ride
We will leave CBS at 09.45 and cycle for around 13 mainly very flat miles over the Pevensey Levels via Rickney up to Lime Cross where we will stop for coffee, followed by around 11 undulating miles back to CBS via Boreham Street, Wartling, Horsewalk Hill, Hooe and Little Common. We’ll take in some great Sussex scenery over the levels and Sussex Weald.
Please book in with Bill – 07746 997193 by text
Level 2a, Medium distance (around 24 miles), Best suited to hybrid or road bikes
From the Wheatsheaf Pub at Little Common roundabout, we will cycle via Lunsford Cross and Catsfield to Battle Abbey Green, possibly picking up a few more people.
(When you book in, let Philip know if you are starting from Little Common or Battle)
We will then continue via Marley Lane and Wheel Lane to The New Inn Westfield, hopefully arriving in time for 12 noon. We can return either via Harley Shute Road or The Greenway, depending on the type of bikes people are riding.
Depart Little Common roundabout at 10:30
Depart Battle Abbey Green approx. 11:15
Return to Little Common Roundabout after lunch, taking about 1 hour
Total round-trip is approx. 25 miles
Suitable for any bike, but The Greenway is gravelly and may not be considered suitable by some for road bikes.
Note, there is another ride on today which starts 9:45am from Battle (a Level 2B ride)
We will ride via Cripps Corner, Ewhurst Green, Goatham Green, Sedlescombe to Westfield and lunch at noon! A mix of B-roads and little lanes
18 miles/1200 ft ascent, so hilly, I’ve marked it as a “2B” ride.
Please note the new start time of 9:45am
Note, if you are in Battle and want to cycle direct to Westfield (around 5.5 miles) at a “Level 2a” pace then you may prefer to wait until nearer 11ish when Philip’s ride from Little Common passes through Battle. If you want to do this then please book in with Philip instead of Rob.
Back by popular demand, cycle from Battle leaving Battle Abbey Green at 9.45 to St.Leonards to meet anybody who wants to join us outside the Health Club entrance of Bannatynes. Leave there at 10.30 to cycle along the Combe Valley Way Greenway to Sidley in Bexhill. We have some amazing views of the stunning countryside in the nature reserve. We will be riding along roads and the gravelly paths of the Greenway. After coffee or a bit more at the Pelham cafe we will retrace our route home.Back at lunch time.
16 miles approx
MTB or hybrid bike
Note, there’s a ride leaving from Cooden Beach Station today, which meets up with this one
Meet in time to leave the Colonnade on the promenade in Bexhill at 10:00.
The route will include Freezelands Lane, Catsfield and Freckley Hollow to coffee at The Orangery at Ashburnham Place, where we should meet up with riders from Battle
After coffee there are more hills including Tilley Lane and the Horsewalk and then to Hooe, Little Common and back to The Colonnade
Approximately 25 miles in total
To book please text Bill on 07746 997193
A level-2B ride from Battle Abbey Green, to meet the Bexhill riders at the Orangery (if all goes to time !)
Leave at 10am and ride to the Orangery, at Ashburnham Place via Penshurst. So some steep hills to get up and a couple down. Cycle back to Battle via the pretty Freckley Hollow and Catsfield. About 16 miles in all. back by lunch time. To book contact Sue 07952166819