Arrive at 1066 Cycle Club stand at Hastings Stade, ready to leave at 9am.
Distance is approximately 25 miles, quite hilly. Our route will be The Stade, Ore, Three Oaks, Brede, Udimore, Rye, Winchelsea, Pett, Ore and back to the Stade. There will be a stop in Rye for coffee and cake.
We aim to be back around 12:30 which allows time to enjoy the other activities going on at the 1066 Cycling Festival.
Please contact Steve on 07789546833 if you would like to book or request further details
A hilly loop from Battle to Heathfield and back. 3500ft of elevation gain, approx 39 miles total. Meet Battle Green at 10.00. We will go via Netherfield and Rushlake Green to Heathfield returning via Waldron, Cowbeech, Herstmonceaux and Ashburnham. A good level of fitness required. Coffee and cake in Heathfield.
We visited the Brede Steam Giants a few years ago, and it’s time to go back again. The main attraction is 2 giant beam engines which used to pump water from the the Brede valley over the ridge and down into Hastings. Lots of other shiney things to point at too.
Meet outside the Wheatsheaf in Little Common ready to leave at 9.45 (park in the streets adjacent to the pub, loos available), cycle via Catsfield to pick up in Battle at 10.45, on route to Brede via Sedlescombe and some lovely, (hilly) lanes.
I’ve thought long and hard about the grading and have decided to grade it as a Level-2a ride because some of us may need to walk up the steeper hills. It’s not suitable for those progressing from Level-1 though, as there are a fair few hills!
At Brede Waterworks we can get refreshments and a tour of the interesting exhibits and machines before returning to Battle at around 14.30 and Little Common 15.30.
Total mileage from Little Common around 32 miles, and around 16 miles from Battle.
Have a look at http://bredesteamgiants.co.uk if you are interested
Meet Cooden Beach station at 10.00am. Go out via Pevensey and Herstmonceaux for coffee at Lime Cross. Returning via Bodle Street Green, Wartling and Hooe. A few hills but no one will be left behind and we will set a relaxed pace. Back around 2.00pm. Road bikes or hybrids will be most suitable.
A scenic ride to Horam’s famous tea cafe near the old railway line. This is your chance to get in some preparation for next week’s Castle Challenge. There are a few hills on the way out but we can relax with a nice cup of tea at Horam and then enjoy the descent back towards the South coast hopefully enjoying the help from the gentle South Westerly breeze.
Approx 37 miles in total.
Please contact Joe if you are thinking of going. Text message preferred
The route will go via Eastbourne to Beachy Head along to East Dean and then Friston, avoiding the main road. We will return via Jevington, Polegate and Pevensey. The hill up to Beachy Head is long and steep and the hill up to Friston is also steep but these are the only two major hills on the route. A reasonable level of fitness is required. Returning around 3.00pm. We will stop at Birling Gap for coffee and cake. It would be advisable to bring some food for lunch.
I have entered the “Fools Errand” Event from Hadlow College,near Tonbridge. There are 2 options 120 km and 65Km. I have signed up for the shorter one. Let me know if you are coming so we could start or ride it together. Sue 07952166819
Sorry, ride cancelled. Rain is forecast all day!
If you haven’t made plans for Easter Monday ( sorry for late notice ) and like a faster ride, do join me to cycle from Battle to Rye and back. 30 mlles in total. 2B ride . Leaving Battle Abbey Green at 10 am. Back about 2 pm. Contact Sue to book in. 07952166819
Road or hybrid bikes
Meet at Pett Level at 10am
Please park along the sea road the other side of the Pett Level sign, NOT opposite the houses as they get the hump! 🐫🐫
Level 2a, long distance approx 40 miles but almost flat. Road or hybrid bikes suitable.
We will stop for lunch at the pub (fish n chips is good 🐠🍟)at Dungeness. Please bring plenty of snacks and water.
We will follow the NCR 2. Although it is mostly flat it can be very windy, so can be hard work.
Aim to return about 3ish.
Do hope you can join me 🚴🏻♂️🚴🏻♂️🚴🏻♂️
Please text Penny to let her know if you’re joining her on 07931 516715
Today we will try an old favourite… Meet at Cooden Beach Station, then out through Norman’s Bay and Pevensey Bay, on to Eastbourne, up and over Beachy Head to Birling Gap. Then back to Cooden Beach via East Dean, Jevington, Polegate and Rickney. A beautiful ride on a nice day, so if it’s not a nice day we’ll stop in Eastbourne and not do the high bits! Bring a picnic, but if it’s too cold on the day we will find a pub en route.
Distance: 32 miles total
Contact Val on 07508838209 (text please)