Thursday evening ride – BEXHILL

Thursday evening rides in Bexhill will be on the SECOND Thursday of every month.

Meet on Bexhill Promenade next to the Sailing Club, ready to start riding at 6:30pm. We will cycle for about an hour, then return to Bexhill for an [optional] drink at a café or pub. The meeting point is a short cycle from Bexhill Station, and is conveniently situated on the National Cycle Network route 2. There is free car parking on Bexhill promenade.

No need to book, just turn up, please bring bike lights.

Our aim is to have two ride groups; a “tortoises” short & easy ride, and a “hares” ride which will be a bit longer and faster , however as this is a new venture we will assess which ride(s) to do based on the demand that evening.

Thursday Evening ride – BATTLE

Thursday Evening rides in Battle will run throughout the summer on the FIRST and THIRD thursday of every month.

As with previous years we will meet on the Abbey Green, ready to start riding at 6:30pm. We will cycle for about an hour, then return to Battle for an [optional] drink at a café or pub

Whenever possible we will aim to have two ride groups every week; a short & easy ride, and another which will be a bit longer and faster. The leaders will describe the route(s) at the beginning and you can chose which one you want to go on.
Note that neither of the rides could be described as “Level 1” because there aren’t any routes we can use that are on the flat

No need to book, just turn up. Please bring lights and a bike lock if you have them

Thursday evening ride – LITTLE COMMON

Thursday evening rides in Little Common will be on the FOURTH Thursday of every month

Meet at the Wheatsheaf Inn in Little Common, ready to start riding at 6:30pm. We will cycle for about an hour, then return to the Wheatsheaf for an optional drink and chat. The meeting point is adjacent to Little Common roundabout and is about 1 mile from Cooden Beach Station. There is free car parking in the streets near to the Wheatsheaf, in Oakleigh Road, the Gorseway and Chestnut Walk

No need to book, just turn up, please bring bike lights.

Our aim is to have two ride groups; a “tortoises” short & easy ride, and a “hares” ride which will be a bit longer and faster , however as this is a new venture we will assess which ride(s) to do based on the demand that evening.

Thursday evening ride – BATTLE

Thursday Evening rides in Battle will run throughout the summer on the FIRST and THIRD Thursday of every month

As with previous years we will meet on the Abbey Green, ready to start riding at 6:30pm. We will cycle for about an hour, then return to Battle for an [optional] drink at a café or pub

Whenever possible we will aim to have two ride groups every week; a short & easy ride, and another which will be a bit longer and faster. The leaders will describe the route(s) at the beginning and you can chose which one you want to go on.
Note that neither of the rides could be described as “Level 1” because there aren’t any routes we can use that are on the flat

No need to book, just turn up. Please bring lights and a bike lock if you have them

Combe Valley Greenway (From CBS)

This is to link up with Sue’s ride to the Pelham…

Meet 9:45am at Cooden Beach Station TN39 4TT
January 19th 2019, 09.45

A short 14 mile loop ride heading out via Lunsford Cross, Henley’s Down and Crowhurst, then climb up to join the Combe Valley Greenway down to Sidley to join our Battle riders for coffee/refreshments at the Pelham Community Hub. Return to Cooden Beach afterwards.
Route will be undulating and on tarmac except the Greenway which has a gravel surface.

Autumn ride to Westfield

Leave Battle Abbey Green at 10 am. Cycle to Westfield via lovely Hurst Lane. On to Westfield, quick wave to the pub where we are going for our club New Year Meal and back to Battle. Approx 12 miles total.  There are, of course, a few hills but as a Level-2A ride we will do them steadily and you can walk if you’re puffed. I will be having coffee and home made cake at the Christmas Tree Festival, at St Mary’s Church in Battle.  I hope you will join me.
Text Sue on 07952 166819 to join her

Bedgebury Single Tracks

A really enjoyable trail through the woods and a great opportunity to practice/develop your MTB skills.

For those who may not have been before: The route is divided into lots of sections, so we can re-group at the end of each one. No-one will be left behind. The tracks are well prepared and a pleasure to ride on. A lot of them have been maintained recently, so the surfaces are mostly pretty good. About 8 miles total, including some stretches on the fire trails.

Meet at the café for 10:30 start (or earlier if you fancy a coffee first). Mountain bike essential. If you would like to come along but do not have a mountain bike, you can hire one from Quench Cycles (01580 879694), which is at the Visitor Centre, adjacent to the car park and café at Bedgebury. Please allow at least 20 minutes to sort this out.  http://quenchuk.co.uk/bedgebury

Anyone that would prefer to do the family trail instead should be OK with a hybrid bike, and we can still meet up afterwards at the cafe.

Remember to bring a drink and a snack to eat on the way round. We‘ll return to the café about 13:00 for coffee, cake and chat.

If, like me, you don’t want to pay for parking, consider riding in from Stonegate Station or parking in the lay-by on the A21 at Ticehurst (from where you can ride to the café on a track). Alternatively, park in Kilndown and ride to Bedgebury with me at 10:00 (takes 15 mins).

Please text David on 07709 620267 if you would like to come along.

Battle & Westfield coffee loop

Today, we have a ride on the program for people who can do some hills but might have to walk the steep ones. We will do a loop to Westfield and come back to Battle for coffee. A good opportunity to practise getting the most out of your gears. If you have questions do ask. Leave Battle Abbey Green at 10am back by 11:30.
Approx 12 hilly miles
To book contact Sue 07952166819

Don’t forget your Beat the Street cards as we’ll do some along the way

Stone Cross Circular

A circular ride from Cooden Beach Station via Pevensey, Westham to Sharnfold Farm, Stone Cross (for elevenses). Return via Hankham and Rickney.

Mainly flat but with two or three gentle gradients.
Moderate pace, any bike.

Depart 10:30am
Return 13:30-14:00
(10:07 train from Hastings arrives at 10:23)

Parking available in locality.

Philip
07845 968149 (Text preferred)

1066 Cycling Festival – Ride from Bexhill

Arrive at 1066 Cycle Club stand at Bexhill De La Warr Pavilion to leave at 11.00 on an easy 12 mile out and back ride  to Hooe in the Sussex countryside, stopping en route for refreshments before returning to Bexhill in time to enjoy the other activities going on at the 1066 Cycling Festival. There are a couple of hills on this ride but no one will be left behind.

Please contact Bill on 07746997193  if you would like to book or request further details.

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