Bexhill, Eastbourne, Polegate circular ride on Sunday 25th October. Approximately 25 miles, Level 2a. Meet at Cooden Beach Station at 10:00am and returning around 2:00pm. We will keep an eye on the weather forecast and the ride will not go ahead if there are strong winds. Suitable for road and hybrid bikes. We will aim to stop for coffee en-route, but bring any snacks etc that you need.
Ride numbers will be limited to 6, please contact Mike P on 07795 465774 if you would like to come. We will follow our standard Covid risk management procedures.
Join me for a gentle ride over to Northiam. It’s not too hilly going, with a couple of tea rooms to choose from at the end of it.
Leave Battle Abbey Green at 10 am. Back by lunch time. Milage 20 miles approx.
Usual 6 people. You need to book in and bring a piece of paper with name, contact number and who to contact in an emergency. Ride leader-;Sue 07952166819. Hope to see a few of you on Saturday.
MTB ride from Polegate through Abbotts Wood to Middle Farm for a lunch stop, returning along the foot of the Downs and skirting Arlington reservoir. 26 miles.
Meet at 10:00am at the end of Levett Road in Polegate returning around 2:30pm. Maximum of 6 riders.
Please let Steve know if you would like to come on 07789 546833
Collecting Treasure on Saturday 26th September!
Do you need to find a fire beacon? A hop garden? Or an author’s house? if so please join me on this cycling quest to Rye.
I will be leaving Ore (the carwash north of Aldi) at 10.00am and cycling on a mixture of lanes and quieter main roads via Pett and Winchelsea to Rye.
There is plenty of parking on the side of the road in Ore.
There will be a coffee stop at Tibb’s Farm in Udimore but please bring a picnic lunch.
We should arrive back in Ore by 3.00pm.
The numbers are limited to 6 so the first 5 people to contact me will be accepted. Please text Dawn on 07870602277 if you’d like to come.
Approximately 25 miles with 1500 ft of climbing.
Join me for a 25mile, Level-2a ride, starting at Cooden Beach Station at 10:00am. We will cycle across the marshes to Herstmonceaux for a takeaway coffee returning via Wartling and Hooe. We should be back around 2:00pm so bring some snacks/lunch. One or two hills but we will keep to a reasonable pace and no-one will be left behind. We’ll be following our Covid secure principles so numbers will be limited to 6 persons. Please contact Steve if you would like to come.
During our ride we will be visiting a number of treasure sites to help you make progress in the treasure hunt.
Ride to St Wilfred’s Hospice Eastbourne.
I did this last week as a feeder ride to CTC. Good coffee and cake!
April Challenge No1 !
Lets start the month off with a ride out to St Wilfred’s Hospice coffee shop. Great coffee and cake, and supporting a good cause. It would be lovely if you would join me on this relatively flat ride.
Leave Bexhill colonnade at 10.0am, we will cycle along to Pevensey roundabout, Westham, Peelings lane, Stone Cross, winding our way thorough the industrial estates and retail parks to St Wilfred’s Hospice.
Our return will be along Lottbridge Drove cycle path to the sea front, Sovereign Harbour and back along to Cooden Beach and Bexhill.
Return Bexhill approx 1.30pm
Distance : 22miles
Please join me on a gentle 29 mile circular route from Cooden Beach Station to Pevensey and across the marshes, a route familiar to most of us. We will pass Chilly Farm and on to Herstmonceaux via Flowers Green. I’m adding an extra section which is unfamiliar to me at least, a small circular route from Herstmonceaux via Stunts Green, Cowbeech & Bodie St Green to the Café at Lime Cross for a cuppa & cake. (about midday @ 20 miles). After a break, we are heading towards Windmill Hill and turning right past The Observatory, through Wartling and back to Pevensey. Then heading back to CBS via Sluice Lane.
Total of 29 Miles
The maps look different recently…
Yes, we’ve changed the mapping system. We’ve used GoogleMaps for a few years but it’s no longer free to use. To keep costs down for the club we’ve changed over to OpenStreetMap. We’re still experimenting with it’s many features, but one of the nice ones is the ability to display routes, like John’s one below.
The route is based on the GPX file which John sent in. You can download the GPX file and load onto your own device if you wish.
Ride to Northiam for coffee at Will’s. Leave Battle Abbey Green at 10am, to cycle via Staplecross for delicious coffee and their famous almond biscuits. We will come back via Sedlescombe.
A short section of main road, mostly country lanes with hills at regular intervals.
20 miles approximately. All good fun !
Back by lunchtime
Do join me. Sue 07952166819