Orangery from Battle

Meet at Battle Abbey Green to leave at 10am, cycling to the Orangery via a few steep hills.  We should meet the group coming from Little Common at the Orangery
Back at 1ish. 17 miles. Level 2B
Book with Sue 07952166819

Orangery from Little Common

Meet at The Wheatsheaf, Little Common roundabout, Bexhill to leave at 10am and have coffee at The Orangery. Hopefully we will meet riders coming from Battle at the Orangery.

Back at 1sh. 16 miles Level 2A
Book with Bill 07746997193

Pett Level and Rye

Meet at Pett Level Beach 10am for a short ride approx. 20 miles.
It will be a level 2a, suitable for Hybrid or Road bike. A few hills but nobody will get left behind.
We’ll ride through Pett, and Rye returning to Pett level.
Please park along side the beach just past the houses and 30mph sign.
bring some snacks and wear warm clothes, Coffee stop along the way.
Please book in if you’re planning to come along, as if the forecast is bad I will cancel.
Should be back to cars by 2pm.

Stonegate ride

Rob says…

I’m doing a ride on Sunday, all welcome, sorry short notice, but more rides needed and weather reasonable, so grab it…….

 

Start Stonegate Station (trains running, one gets in at 10.18),or park there (or cycle there for extra points!) Depart at 10.30. Circular ride to lunch at Tottingworth Farm Cafe TN21 8TG near Heathfield. Hilly route at gentle pace so 2a ride, via Etchingham, Woods Corner. Arrive by 1pm, leave 2pm, short run back to Stonegate Station, due there for the 3.13 train back to the coast. Sorry no coffee!! Rob

If you plan to use the train, please check the rail enquiries website before heading out. The last time we looked there was a “bus replacement service” (on which you can’t take bikes)

Lime Cross Circular

Leave Cooden Beach Station at 10am

A steady ride via Pevensey, Westham and Rickney to Lime Cross for coffee/warm-up and return to Cooden via Boreham Street, Horsewalk (the gentler slope) and Hooe..
Approx 24 miles

Contact Bill by text on 07746 997193..

Lime Cross and Alfriston

Leave Lime Cross nursery (Herstmonceux, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 4RS) at 10:30am There is a cafe there which opens at 10am on Sundays for a pre-ride coffee if you want.

Ride to ALFRISTON via Horam, Chalvington, Berwick (18m, some hills which we will not rush, say 2hrs)

Lunch stop (or picnic). Alfriston has 3 cafes, etc. – will choose one when we arrive.

Return ride leave at about 1.30, back to Lime Cross, via Wilmington, Hailsham, Flowers Green (13m, not too hilly). ETA 3-3.30 pm??

Total miles 31 aprx. Gentle pace.

Cheers, Rob

 


Note, there is a feeder ride from Battle, for anyone wishing to ride from Battle to Lime cross before ^this ride^ starts

Eastbourne/Polegate Circular

If you have not ridden this route before, you will be pleasantly surprised by the mixture of coastal, urban and rural scenery that it offers. Good coffee and cakes at “Fusciardi’s Ice Cream Parlour” is also a bonus.

Route
Leaving the Colonnade, Bexhill at 10:00, we will follow the coastal route to Eastbourne, arriving at Fusciardi’s for coffee about 11:00. From there we will continue west and then head north inland towards Polegate via Willingdon. We will then briefly join the southern end of the Cuckoo Trail before heading home via Rickney and the Pevensey Levels, arriving back about 14:30. The route has a few gentle undulations, which will be ridden at an easy/moderate pace. Total distance of about 30 miles.

Trains
09:37 train from Hastings arrives Bexhill 09:47.

Parking
Ample free street parking in area.

 

Cooden, Hooe, and Orangery

From Cooden beach we will go through Whydown onto Hooe and horsewalk, back along Boreham Lane to the A271, where we will cycle carefully to Tilly Lane. It’s then a bit more uphill and down dale to get to Ashburnham, and a shop at the Orangery for a spot of refreshment.
Taking Compass lane back to Ninfield, continuing on the A269 to Peartree lane and back to Cooden.

Quite a hilly route, some of the back lanes are rather wet and a little muddy so not ideal for your best road bike!

25 miles approx
level 2b

As usual, please let me know if you would like to join me…. so I can let YOU know if I cancel it due to the rain!!

Thanks,
Heather

Hops, Orchards and quiet lanes of the Weald

A leisurely but undulating ride from Robertsbridge to the pretty hop gardens and orchards area of the Weald and quiet winding lanes north or Rolverden.  No official coffee stop but can have a short early stop at the shop in Sandhurst which has a coffee machine.  A few short bits of main road and a short bridlepath to link the lanes.

Please carry plenty of snacks, drink etc as am struggling to find coffee/lunch venues.  Possible lunch at The World of Water cafe near Rolverden or bring your own.    Although a 2B because of distance and hills we’ll ride at the pace of the slowest rider.  Ha (probably me)!

 

Denise

 

Return of the Robertsbridge Circular!

I would love it if you would join me for this delightful circular route starting at Robertsbridge. It will be largely the same as previously but may have some adaptions.

We will cycle via Salehurst, Bodiam, Ewhurst Green, Northiam, (coffee/lunch stop at Will’s Cafe), Beckley, Staplecross and Cripps Corner.

The route is about 20 miles largely on quiet roads with 1,500ft of climb.

The hill out of Salehurst is steepish but gets it out of the way. The remaining route is undulating. Poppinghole Lane can be a ‘free cycle’ done at your own pace.

There is the option for lunch/tea at Judges Robertsbridge on return.

Let’s hope for a sunny day!

 

Meeting Place

Robertsbridge Station

Trains from Hastings leave at 09.50 arrive at 10.14 There is plenty of free

parking on the roads, Recreation Ground and Station Road Car Park. (Please

note not free at the Station).

 

 

Please text Dawn on 07870602277 if you would like to come.

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