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Sunday, 13 December 2009
Sunday 13th December. Christmas Lunch Rides

 

There were 2 rides today. I led the early start Appetite Improver Ride and Richard led the short ride starting later. We were all ending up at Aldingbourne Country Centre Café for the Club’s Christmas Lunch.

 

Weather today was very cold, dry with sunny spells in the morning and showers in the afternoon. Overnight low was 3C and it didn’t get much above 6C during the day. I suffer from cold feet so having read a tip in Cycling Weekly recently I decided to give it a try. First Kitchen foil over the socks and then cling film over that. (it works for Turkeys so why not feet?) Anyway next it was the shoes and next Tesco plastic bags (re-cycling) and finally overshoes. The overshoes have the added benefit of hiding the kitchen foil sticking out from the shoes. It did seem to work for added warmth.

 

Anyway at the Cross at 8.30 just the usual hard riders were waiting, Gill and Anne.


We headed out via Maudlin and the gradual climb to the ridge of the Downs at Pillygreen. Then it was along the ridge road with fine views down to the coast. Then it was along the main road via Upwaltham and a fine descent of Duncton Hill.

 

With less traffic than usual due to the earlier hour, for a change, I continued on the main road through Duncton Village before turning off on lanes via Burton Mill Pond. Then we rode another lane to Coldwatham. There were still floods in fields near the Arun but much less than last Sunday.

 

Then it was on to Wiggonholt and a welcome break after 2 hours hard riding. The Appetite Improving was working very well and a large bread pudding cake was very welcome. Not long before we left 6 riders from Horsham Cycling Club arrived.

 

The return was direct via Amberley and Houghton. Just before The Spur I turned off on a very steep climb to Slindon and then over to Aldingbourne. 40 miles just for the morning.

 

Richard was joined by just Harvey but more cycled there direct and some came by car. There were 18 in all for the lunch.

 

 

I headed home direct and my total mileage was 49. From and back to Chichester would have been about 40.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:04 GMT
Sunday, 6 December 2009
Sunday 6 December 2009. Ride to Nutbourne

 

Weather today started with torrential rain. However the Weather Forecast and Internet weather radar promised a clearance and a good day to come. So it proved and the rain had cleared by 9.15 at Pagham giving me time to get to Walberton for the start at 10.00.

 

I got as far as the A29 and there was a sign, Woodgate Crossing closed so the direct route was blocked. I might have got through on a bike but it was 3 miles up there and 3 miles back. I decided to retrace to Bersted and then lanes via Colworth to Westergate. I was 20 minutes late at the start but with clear blue skies and a rare chance to get out on the bike after many days of rain I pressed on. I headed up to cross the A27 and a rare sight, not a car in sight. The A27 was closed on all carriageways in both directions between Fontwell and Arundel. Signs indicated it was closed due to a Traffic Incident. I later learned on the Internet that this was due to 2 car crash near the White Swan at 9.00am with 3 people trapped in cars

 

With the A29 and A27 closed one could be fairly certain of a large amount of traffic chaos in the area. Traffic was being diverted up to Whiteways and then down to Fontwell so I was glad to get away from it all onto the quiet Madehurst lane.

 

Then it was a fast descent to Houghton with parts of the Arun Valley clearly flooded south of Houghton. The torrential overnight rain was on top of a record rainfall over the last month. After Amberley I had clear views of the large lake stretching across to Pulborough. It did occur to me that if the Arun Crossings Ride had been today we would all have needed Pedaloes.

 

I continued to Wiggonholt for elevenses and just as I arrived there so did Alan and Liz after driving there. We were about to leave when Anne arrived. She had been late starting so came over direct. We all went on to The Rising Sun, Nutbourne for lunch. Nobody arrived from Walberton so presumably Harvey had nobody turn up.

 

After lunch Alan and Liz did a circular route to make a worthwhile ride back to Wiggonholt. Anne and I headed straight back via Amberley and Houghton. Anne headed home via Eartham while I headed back via Walberton and Westergate. I was able to get over the Crossing and stopped off on the way back to look at the lake across Shripney Lane. This has been flooded for more than a week now.

As it looked to be over a foot deep I decided not to get wet feet and retraced and took the diversion.

My mileage for the day was 52.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:50 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 6 December 2009 17:56 GMT
Sunday, 29 November 2009
Sunday 29th November, Destination - Sutton
Cold, gales, intermittent storms of rain and hail.    No cyclists at The Cross!!  I put my coffee money in the empty charity tins of two stalwart Rotarians and returned home!
Avryl   'leader'

Posted by RideLeader at 17:16 GMT
Sunday, 22 November 2009
Sunday 22 November. On riding to Queen Elizabeth Country Park and evading showers.

 

 The longer ride today was from Chichester Cross to lunch at Queen Elizabeth Country Park Café near Clanfield. Colin led the ride and he was joined at the Cross by myself, (Edwin) Gill and Anne.

 

 

Weather today started dry but deteriorated to showers later in the morning, clearing to sunshine in the early afternoon and a few more showers in the late afternoon, all mixed in with strong SW winds and gale force squalls, a bit of everything really.

 

An early elevenses was planned for Rowlands Castle and we headed out at a brisk pace on Clay Lane via Woodmancote. We were just on the outskirts of Rowlands Castle when the first light rain started and we got into the cafe in time without needing waterproofs. We were then treated to what the Met Office call a band of organised showers. I think they mean by this that a lot of showers gang up and dropping their loads on you all at once. I looked at the weather rainfall history on the Internet. This indicates rain with colours from light blue for slight to red for very heavy to white for downpour. We got large areas of red and white. This lasted a good 30 minutes. The result was a fair few flooded patches.

 

Colin had planned on a longish loop via Horndean and was ready for the off when the rain had eased but not stopped. I decided to wait until it stopped and take the direct route to lunch. Gill had visitors this afternoon so headed home when the rain stopped. Anne went with Colin. Leaving the Café the rain had gathered in a nice flood under the bridge.

 

 

I headed on via Finchdean and Chalton. Soon after Chalton some lighter rain started again but with a gale force squall. Rather than climb up the hill into the open I sheltered in the lee of a high hedge until the clearance came though and the sun came out. A beautiful rainbow formed among the departing clouds.

 

 

 I continued to lunch at Queen Elizabeth Country Park. Colin and Anne arrived 30 minutes later. Their route had taken them up to Horndean and Cathrington. Then it was up to the ridge at HMS Mercury and down to East Meon and lanes round to climb up Butser Hill up the very steep approach. Anne was happy to go that way as it was the first time she had conquered that hill.

 

The return was in sunshine via Chalton and Ibsworth and the long climb over the ridge to Compton. Then it was was pretty wet and muddy lanes across to the Mardens.

 

 

We turned off on the lane via Upmarden to Walderton. Anne had never ridden this lane before so she had a very good day.

 

We headed back via Funtington and West Stoke where we split to make our separate ways home. One point to note was that as I headed back though Chichester I had to do a diversion due to a 2ft approx flood in the cyclepath underpass near the college.

 

Despite a fairly atrocious day I stayed dry apart from wet feet due to floods.

 

Including Colin’s loop in the morning mileage from and back to Chichester was about 45. My total mileage from Pagham was 51.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:53 GMT
Sunday, 15 November 2009
Sunday 15 November. Ride to the West Sussex CTC AGM

I was leading this ride starting at Walberton Pond with an early 9.00am start to get to Wiggonholt in time for the AGM at 10.30. After the torrential rain and gales of yesterday it was quite peaceful with light winds and sunshine and showers. I caught the edge of one shower on the way to the start but it soon cleared. Temperatures were quite mild at 14C. On the way to the Pond I had to negotiate floods, one across the main road at Westergate. It was interesting to note that at Bersted at the location of the proposed Site 6 Housing Estate there was a lot of flooding on the fields

 

I was joined at the Pond by Anne, Gill, Avryl, Harvey and Colin. We took the usual route up to the main road and then the lane via Madehurst up to Whiteways. On the Madehurst Lane there were about 4 locations where a tree appeared to have fallen across the road and been cut up and dragged out of the way. It was good to see that a lot of Autumn leaves had clung on despite the winds.

From Whiteways we had a fast descent to Houghton and then on to Amberley and the lanes round to Wiggonholt. Arthur, Alan, Liz, Eric, Richard and Mary attended by car. There was a good overall attendance with round about 26 in all from all Sections. Richard Bates our local CTC Councillor attended and answered various questions. Arthur chaired the meeting and managed to wrap it all up in about 1 hour 20 minutes.

 

All of our Section had sandwiches to eat in the Hall so I joined Arun Adur to ride over to The Black Horse Amberley for lunch. Then it was back home direct via Houghton Hill.

 

Mileage from and back to the Pond was 24. My mileage from home was 40.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:05 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 15 November 2009 17:09 GMT
Monday, 9 November 2009
Sunday November 8th '09. Ride to Stedham
Five of us met at Chichester Cross on a dismal cold grey morning following heavy overnight rain - Edwin, Colin, Gill, Anne and Avryl. Our destination was The Hamilton Arms at Stedham.
We set off along Clay Lane to Funtington and then West Marden to Compton where we stopped for a welcome coffee at the village store. 

 

 It had started to rain just before we reached Compton and a light drizzle then continued until we reached Stedham. The pub was very busy and only one table was not layed for lunches but fortunately we had arrived at 12.0.and so took it over. We could have auctioned it before we left!
In the afternoon the rain had stopped and the sun weakly appeared before reaching home.  We had a delightful ride along  quiet lanes to Cocking via Bepton and then up Cocking hill and down to West Dean for tea.  We returned to Chichester along Centurion Way which was initially very puddly, meeting many dog walkers enjoying the improved weather.

Colin mends Avryl's puncture at Lavant

Mileage...36mls. 
 
Avryl

Posted by RideLeader at 12:22 GMT
Sunday, 1 November 2009
Sunday 1st November. Ride to Kirdford

Weather today was atrocious with gale force winds and heavy driving rain although this did clear by the afternoon. I decided to stay at home along with most people but I do have a report from the brave souls who ventured out regardless.

 

Colin was the leader and he was joined at Walberton Pond by Anne and Gill. Anne gained a puncture at the bottom of Bury Hill which was mended in a bus shelter. This however was followed by 2 more and Colin and Gill donated tubes. The group stopped for elevenses at Tiffins leaving a puddle behind!

 

As time was getting on and everybody had sandwiches they stopped at Ebernoe, gave Kirdford a miss and headed home.

 

Edwin

 


Posted by RideLeader at 17:10 GMT
Sunday, 25 October 2009
Sunday 25th October. Ride to West Stoke. AGM.

The official ride today was quite short from Chichester Cross to West Stoke Village Hall for the Group’s AGM. Alan was the leader and he was joined at the Cross by Liz, Harvey, Avryl, Gill and myself (Edwin) Many more made their own way direct to the Hall, most by Bike with a total of 20 at the meeting.

 

The weather today was mainly sunny and warm for late October with temperatures up to 16C but with a strong SW wind.

 

Alan led us west out of Chichester and then up the Centurion Way. This was decorated with a carpet of fallen leaves often making it hard to see the path.

 

We continued up to the northern part of Lavant and then a lane to the West Stoke Road and on to the Hall. There were a few changes in the Committee. Arthur was elected as the new Chairman. Mary officially joined the Committee as Social Secretary with Dave as Deputy. Freda joined the Committee. Other posts in the Committee remained the same but Alan gave notice that after 21 years he would serve this coming year as Treasurer and then retire.

 

The official business started at 10.40 and finished at 11.30, so 50 minutes. We then got on with the serious business of teas and coffees served by Mary and Avryl and picnic lunches.

 

I suggested extending the ride by going over to the Partridge Inn in Singleton to join Arun Adur. I had only 2 takers, Colin and Gill. We rode there direct on the main road. The Arun Adur group comprised Richard, John Wickens, Dave Galle, Dave Fox and Tony Yorke. We had a chat while they had their lunch and then joined them for the return ride. Most of them were headed back towards Littlehampton.

 

Richard was the leader and led us back towards Charlton. I took a picture as Dave Galle was taking a picture of the group with his mobile.

We continued on the Valley road via East Dean and Upwaltham. Then it was over the Downs on the main road and a long downhill cruise to Eartham. After a short climb out of Eartham we turned off on the lane to Slindon and another nice downhill.

 

We turned off at the bottom onto Slindon Bottom Road. Here Dave Galle left us to head home via Amberley. Colin joined him to put in a longer loop before going home. The rest of us continued on the lane through Slindon Woods and then the underpass to Fontwell and down to Walberton. Gill left here to head home. I continued with the group as far as Yapton. While they headed back to Littlehampton I headed home along the coast via Middleton and Felpham.

 

The official ride distance from and back to Chichester was very short, about 10 miles. My mileage for the day was 38.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:59 BST
Updated: Sunday, 25 October 2009 19:08 BST
Sunday, 18 October 2009
Sunday 18th October. Ride to The Harrow Inn, Steep, Nr Petersfield.

 

Today was a good sunny day all day but started really chilly with a definite taste of winter and temperatures of 0C to start the day later rising to 12C. The full gloves and ear warming headband got their first outing.

 

I was leading the long ride today and I was joined at Chichester Cross by Anne, Gill and Colin. Linda joined us later at lunch.

 

 

We rode out west from Chichester on the South Coast Cycle Route lanes via Woodmancote. Then in was over to Rowlands Castle and Finchdean. Here we started seeing the first Sportive Riders coming towards us. They were on the same route for a good part of the morning. This was a new Sportive, The Williers South Downs Sportive, the event had started in Chichester and the longer routes had ranged from Duncton and Uppark to Butser.

 

We headed on via Chalton and then the steep climb to the A3. Then it was down on the side road to Queen Elizabeth Country Park for elevenses. Apart from great cakes in the Café the shop there has also started selling bikes. We then headed on up to Butser climbing it from the gentle side. At the top there were great views down to the coast.

 

 

Then it was a steep descent to the Meon Valley and lanes via Ramsdean to Stroud. No planes in sight, this is the sleepy Hampshire version. Then there were a lot of ups and downs to the appropriately named village of Steep. We stopped for lunch at The Harrow Inn. This is a classic old style county Pub not yet given over to the booked tables and Sunday roast crowd.

 

We gained Linda here who had ridden over direct and lost Anne who had to get back early.

 

We headed back by skirting the edge of Petersfield and then a lane to Buriton where we joined the Sportive crowd, some seeming a little worse for wear after the epic ride.

 

At Buriton we tackled the steep climb. Then it was a gentle downhill through the woods with autumn colours much in evidence.

 

 

We gave Tea a miss and headed straight back via Rowlands Castle, Funtington, West Stoke and the Centurion Way.

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester was 51. My mileage for the day was 63.

 

Edwin

 


Posted by RideLeader at 20:13 BST
Sunday, 11 October 2009
Sunday 11th October. Ride to Stansted.

 

Arthur led this ride and he was joined at the Cross by Lynn, Dave, Jan, Colin, myself (Edwin) and 3 friends of Arthur from the Moulton Club. Chris just made it in time arriving as we were leaving from Bell Ringing at the Cathedral making it 10 out on the day.

 

Weather started with light drizzle just clearing up by 10.00. It was dull all day with more light drizzle in the early afternoon. Temperatures were about 15C.

 

 

Arthur led us out on Clay Lane and the South Coast Cycle Route. Then it was down to Bosham and the cyclepath alongside the main road to Southbourne. Then we took lanes through Prinsted to stop for elevenses at the Boaters Bar.

 

The ride today was due to go to Hayling Island. However with the weather still threatening and as we were running a little late and nobody had arranged to meet us at lunchtime we decided to divert to Stansted for lunch. Jan and Chris turned back here to get home early.

 

Arthur led the rest of us via Emsworth and back streets to Westbourne and then up to Stansted for lunch. Colin left us here to get in some more serious miles in the hills.

 

 

After lunch we headed back via Westbourne and Woodmancote on the South Coast Cycle Route. Just before Chichester we cut down to Fishbourne for tea at the Roman Palace Tea Rooms.

 

Mileage for the day from and back to Chichester was 24. My mileage was 36.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:16 BST
Saturday, 10 October 2009
Bognor Regis Library to the Boathouse Cafe, Littlehampton Marina

 

After a week of torrential rain, the sun was shining for us this afternoon, which together with a light wind, provided excellent conditions for a short "beginners" ride.

This ride was organised in conjunction with the WSCC's Walks & Rides programme. Some of the "usual suspects" were absent today, but I was joined at the start point by Alan and Liz, and guest riders Ryan, Lucy, Steve and Carol (some or all of whom we hope to be seeing out again very soon).

I led the riders round the back of Bognor via the leisure Centre, and up to the Golf Course where we went off the tarmac and up North Lane to Flansham. We then joined the cyclepath to Barnham. North Lane is known for bad flooding and sticky mud but despite all the recent rain, it was passable today with no difficulty at all. The problem started when we got on to the track to Barnham.

Notices were posted at the top of Hoe Lane stating the cycle path was closed for construction works. The way ahead was however not blocked so we went down it anyway.  Rounding the first corner it was apparent that the long awaited re-building of the farm tracks into a proper cyclepath was underway. The work had churned up a great deal of mud which had to be negotiated with care; however after about 300 yards it was possible to ride on the new track which had been tamped and was ready for a top surface.  We had further difficulty where the track crosses the river bridge as the approach ramp had been removed for re-construction and the bridge taped off.  This required a bit of ingenuity to overcome.

Nevertheless we successfully arrived in Barnham, and from thereon  the ride was uneventful as we rode via Mill Lane to Yapton,  Horesmere Green and Climping. At Ford Road we joined the cyclepath towards Littlehampton and dropped down under the river bridge, finally negotiating the kissing gate and into the Marina and cafe.

After a suitable refreshment stop we headed back to complete a circular ride via Climping school and track to Climping Street, then briefly onto the A259 before dropping down onto more off road track via Grevatts Bridge and Ancton Wood, to emerge in Middleton and then to Felpham and home.

 My mileage for the round trip was 16.3

Graham 


Posted by RideLeader at 19:18 BST
Updated: Saturday, 10 October 2009 21:07 BST
Sunday, 4 October 2009
Sunday 4th October. Wiggonholt and Arundel.

Weather today was dry and sunny in the morning with cloud in the afternoon and temperatures up to 17C in the sunshine.

 

There were 2 rides today, a long ride to Dragons Green and a short ride to Arundel led by Harvey. On my ride meeting at Walberton Pond I was joined by just Colin and Gill. Colin had to turn back at elevenses to be home by lunchtime so Gill and I decided to go back with him and meet up with the short ride at Arundel.

 

I led the ride out on lanes from Walberton to the A29 and then turned off on the lanes to Madehurst.

 

From the top at Whiteways we headed down Bury Hill. I kept pace with the cars on the way down reaching 45 mph. Then it was lanes through West Burton and across to the B2138 for a short way before turning off on the lane to Coldwaltham. We crossed the main road which very unusually was clear of traffic. Then it was lanes to Wiggonholt for elevenses and some cake to refuel.

 

For the return it was the usual lanes via Rackham and Amberley. At Houghton I led the group left on a lane over the route generally known as the Khyber Pass to Arundel with great views over the Arun Valley.

When the tarmac finished the track was bone dry and no problem on road bikes. We said goodbye to Colin at Arundel and Gill and I went on to the Swanbourne Lodge Café for lunch. There had been some worries that this might be closed after we went there on a Wednesday ride a few weeks ago and it was closed. It was open today however and they told us they had shut for a holiday one week but it remains open all week all through the winter. The short ride did not arrive and I later learned that nobody had turned up so Harvey went home.

 

We headed back via Ford and Yapton where Gill split off to head back towards Chichester. I returned along the coast via Middleton. When I got down to the seafront at Felpham passing a café I heard a voice and there was Harvey and his parents who had cycled down from Barnham for lunch. I stopped for an ice cream and a chat.

 

My mileage for the day from home was 50. Mileage from and back to Walberton would have been about 34.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:06 BST
Updated: Sunday, 4 October 2009 17:15 BST
Sunday, 27 September 2009
Sunday 27th September. Ride to the Lifeboat Inn, Selsey.

 

There were 2 rides today, a long hilly ride starting at Walberton at 9.00 and a short flat ride starting at Chichester at 10.00 with both rides meeting at Selsey for lunch. I joined the long ride meeting at Walberton. The Ride Leader was Gill and we were also joined by Anne and Steve Thomas.

 

The great weather continued today with clear blue skies light winds and after a chilly start temperatures reached 21C in the afternoon.

 

Gill led us via Fontwell and then through the woods on Slindon Bottom Road. Then it was over the Downs via Eartham with many autumn colours starting to show. With great clear views we descended to Upwaltham and then on to a fast descent down Duncton Hill. We turned left to take the lane to the College.

 

 

Then it was through the College grounds and on to Graffham by soon after 10.00. Then it was more lanes to Heyshott and the narrow back lane to Cocking. We stopped for elevenses at the Moonlight Café, Cocking and seemed to be their first customers of the day.

 

After the climb up Cocking hill it was a fast descent on the main road to Singleton and then Lavant. We took lanes past the motor circuit and then a dash across carriageways of the A27 near Westhampnett. We took lanes via Merston and South Mundham to the Route 88 cycle route to Selsey. From Sidlesham it was a fast ride down the busy main road to Selsey.

 

We met at Selsey with the flat ride group led by Avryl who was joined by Harvey and Peter Wilson. Freda and Jim, Kath and Alan had joined them as far as elevenses so a good turnout altogether. My mileage as far as lunch was 48.

 

Anne, Gill, Steve and I all had sandwiches which we had on the nearby Selsey seafront. The Pub was packed. Peter and Avryl waited an hour for a meal and ended up giving up and getting their money back.

 

 

After Peter and Avryl had a look at the Lifeboat we all rode back together on our inbound route up the Cycle Route with a few Gates to sort out.

 

 

 I turned off near South Mundham to head home while the rest headed to Chichester for Tea at the Canal basin.

 

My mileage for the day was 57.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:03 BST
Sunday, 20 September 2009
Sunday 20 September. Ride to the Horse & Jockey, Hipley.

 

 Today the ride was an Awayday Ride meeting at Petersfield Railway Car Park. It was probably not the best day for it with engineering works at Havant meaning no trains from Chichester to Petersfield and the Revival Meeting at Goodwood bringing traffic round Chichester down to a crawl. Our leader Avryl got there by car and Linda and I rode over there with Linda being about 10 minutes ahead of me on the same route via Rowlands Castle and Buriton. Jan met us later at elevenses so 4 out on the day, 3 ladies and 1 gent.

 

Avryl had a little problem. She had got her bike out of the car with the keys still in there and had shut the door. After a delay, an automatic locking mechanism had then locked all the doors with the keys still inside. Too much electronics in cars these days. This was sorted later after lunch as Jan who lives nearby in Clanfield agreed to Drive Avryl and her bike home to pick up her spare keys and then drive her back to Petersfield to pick up her car.

 

The weather today was dry but generally cloudy save for about an hour in the morning when it cleared to blue skies. Temperatures were about 18C.

 

Avryl led us south out of Petersfield to get to the little lane to East Meon. As we approached a right turn to this lane some Bike Event Marshalls stepped out to stop oncoming traffic so we could turn right. For the second Sunday running we had come onto the route of a Sportive Ride. This was the South Downs Challenge Sportive with 40 and 80 mile routes starting from Southwick. As we cycled up the lane we were passed by riders either singly or in small groups. We turned off their route later to climb up to HMS Mercury but we came across a lot of signs for various parts of their route during the day.

 

At the top of the climb we met Jan coming up from Clanfield and continued to the Beech Café at the Sustainability Centre. Here we met a big group from Winchester CTC. Some very good cakes were enjoyed to refresh the energy supplies.

 

 

We continued along the ridge and then dropped down on a series of pleasant quiet lanes with most of the way to lunch a gentle downhill.

 

 

After lunch at the Horse & Jockey Hipley we took more lanes before stopping at Jan’s house where Avryl was to gain her lift back. Linda and I continued back to Chichester via Clanfield and Rowlands Castle choosing to miss out a tea stop.

 

The official ride distance was 20 miles. My mileage from Pagham was 74.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:19 BST
Sunday, 13 September 2009
Sunday 13 September. Ride to West Meon

 

Weather today was mainly cloudy but dry with a few sunny spells especially in the morning. A NE wind gave an Autumn edge to the temperatures and the northerly element provided a headwind on the way out and the easterly element a headwind on the way back.

 

I led the ride and just Anne joined me at the Cross with Chris joining us at Rowlands Castle, We rode out on the South Coast Cycle Route lanes via Woodmancote and Westbourne to stop for elevenses at Rowlands Castle. Sam was there on a regular short ride he does from home to Rowlands Castle and back while he recuperates.

 

 

We had seen a lot of Sportive Signs on the way there and the riders soon started coming through. The Event started in Petersfield with 3 distances up to 96 miles and a total of 1400 riders taking part. Some of them arriving at Rowlands Castle missed the sign and started to go right or left instead of straight on and up the hill. Sam soon put them right bellowing out UP THE HILL.

 

Chris arrived when we nearly ready to leave. He had been planning to meet up with us at lunch so he was able to ride with us earlier. From Finchdean we rejoined the Sportive route as we rode over to Chalton with regular whooshes of wheels as they sped past on lightweight bikes. At the Hogs Lodge a lot of the riders stopped for a timing check.

 

 

Soon after this they turned off to go up Butser Hill while we went on to Clanfield. One rider came past and I was able to catch him to tell him he was off course. Chris had a puncture just before Clanfield. When that was sorted we took the long climb to the ridge at HMS Mercury. Here we rejoined the Sportive riders who had been taken down Butser Hill and then up to the ridge from East Meon. I even managed to overtake one who must have been finding the distance and multiple hills taxing. Highlights so far for the long route riders this morning had been Buriton, Uppark, Telegraph, Cocking from the south, Duncton and Charlton.

 

We continued with the Sportive along the ridge with great clear views as far as Fawley and then a steep lane down to West Meon and The Red Lion for lunch. We have not tried this in a long while and it has seen better days. There were very few customers and the sandwiches were somewhat inadequate for hungry cyclists.

 

After lunch we headed back along the valley and The Sportive again took my route! At one point a fairly large group came by and I was able to get on the back and draft behind them. This didn’t last long as we turned off into East Meon while they went straight on. We took lanes round the back and the Sportive rejoined us as we passed a lane from Ramsdean. Later they turned off into Petersfield to finish while we continued to Buriton and up the hill. Then it was down to Finchdean and up Forrestside and down to Stansted for tea where the sun came out again. We headed back via West Stoke.

 

Mileage from and back to Chichester was 53. My mileage from Pagham was 65.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:08 BST
Sunday, 6 September 2009
Sunday 6 September. Arun Crossings Ride to The Haven

 

I cannot report much on the Arun Crossings Ride as I decided not to take part in the event where 1 year ago today I fell off and broke my hip!

 

Instead I rode from home strictly on road to meet the group at elevenses and then lunch.

 

Weather today was generally cloudy but dry with a few short sunny spells and clearing by late afternoon. Temperatures were about 19C.

 

I rode north via Tangmere, Duncton Hill, Fittleworth, up The Mens Hill and down to Wisborough Green arriving with perfect timing just as the Arun Crossings riders arrived from the other direction. Colin was leading and was joined by Gill and Jeff from our Section, Bob from Horsham and from Arun Adur Dave Galle, Richard Boulton, Peter Wilson, Tony Yorke and Andy Davidson.

 

Barbara Nicol, John Maxim and Alan and Liz went direct to the Pub

 

After elevenses I again took the road route and after a bit of main road headed up the long byroad to The Haven, Just before getting there I caught up with Alan and Liz and we met John and Barbara at the Pub.

 

After a little while the off road group arrived and everybody settled down to lunch in the Garden.

                Getting ready to leave The Haven

After lunch Alan and Liz, John and I headed back south from the Pub. After a short while the off-road group emerged from a wood and we rode behind them a short while. When they turned off on another track Alan and Liz followed Colin to do a few crossings. I followed John at a brisk pace via Broadford Bridge and West Chiltington to stop for tea at Wiggonholt. We continued via Amberley and Houghton Hill and went our separate ways at the top of the hill.

 

My mileage for the day was 64.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:42 BST
Sunday, 30 August 2009
Sunday 30 August. Ride to Boaters Bar, Prinsted.

 

There were 2 rides today, a long and short ride. I joined the Leader Colin for the long ride at 08.30 at Chichester Cross. Gill also joined us so just 3 of us.

 

Weather was mixed today, mainly cloudy with a few short sunny spells in the morning and also a light shower early on. The afternoon was cloudy and windy but dry. Colin led the way with a brisk pace on lanes via West Stoke and Funtington. Then it was up the B road towards West Marden but turning off at Walderton. Before Stoughton we turned left for a long climb on a pretty lane to the aptly named Upmarden. We stopped for a brief rest at the top looking across empty downland.

 

 

Then it was down and up again to North Marden and a left turn on the Chilgrove to Harting road followed by a long but steady climb up Harting Hill. After Gill and I refuelled at the top it was a sweeping downhill with many bends to Harting.

 

We rode a short way towards Petersfield before turning off on the Ditcham Park road. Colin was not expecting any traffic and had to get out of the way quickly as a pack of Racing Cyclists out training came swooping down. It was a pleasant quiet ride over the Downs with great views as we rode past the School and down to the Chalton Finchdean road.

 

We turned left just before Ibsworth and then a gradual climb across to Compton and a stop for elevenses at the Village Shop and Café. We continued on the main route down the valley but then Colin took a sharp left at West Marden on a lane up a steep hill. This route bypasses the valley road for a little way, going along the ridge and then back down again. Gill had not taken the route before and it was a little unexpected but then extra hills are to be expected on Colin’s rides. We rejoined the valley road and continued down the lane towards Westbourne. Colin received a mobile Phone call from Arthur leading the easy ride to say lunch was changed from Emsworth to The Boaters Bar, Prinsted. See the picture below. Note that the law about mobile phones while driving does not apply to cycles!

 

 

We continued via Emsworth to meet up with the others for lunch at Prinsted.

 

The short ride met at 10.00 at Chichester Cross. The ride was led by Arthur and gained Lyn, Jo, Mike, Harvey and 2 friends of Arthur from the Moulton Club. They also had Kath and Rachel who both turned back at elevenses. The group had taken the loop round Bosham Harbour and stopped for elevenses at the Arcade Café, Bosham. They then continued via Westbourne to meet us for lunch at The Boaters Bar.

 

 

In the afternoon the 2 groups rode back together via Southbourne and the South Coast Cycle Route lanes to stop for tea at Fishbourne Roman Palace. Keith Dodman arrived there just before we left on his bamboo bike.  My mileage for the day from Pagham was 56.

 

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:01 BST
Sunday, 23 August 2009
Sunday 23 August. 100 Mile Ride.

The longer ride today was a 100 mile ride into North Hampshire stopping at Popham Airfield Cafe for lunch. I (Edwin) led the ride and I was joined at the Cross at 7.00am by Ann and Colin.

Weather was excellent, warm early and late and hot in the middle of the day up to 26C. There were unbroken clear blue skies until mid morning and in the late afternoon and scattered clouds in the middle of the day. Weather was very similar to last years 100 except for a southerly wind which made the temperature more comfortable

I led the group out on the South Coast Cycle route lanes over to Rowlands Castle. Then it was Clanfield and up to the Bat and Ball and up to HMS Mercury on a lane I rarely use. After a short ride along the ridge it was down on a steep narrow lane to Meon Springs Fisheries situated on a back road between East and West Meon. We settled on the veranda above the fish ponds and enjoyed our bacon butties.


We learned at The Fisheries that unfortunately they are now no longer serving food Sundays. We were lucky today as a special event had been on.

Then over to West Meon and we had a plea for help from a car driver. He was unable to start an old Austin Sports Car. Colin and Anne and members of the driver’s family gave a good push but unfortunately only managed a few coughs and splutters (from the car not from them) I maintained by duties as chief photographer.


Then it was pleasant country lanes over to Cheriton and Tichborne. I led the group across a ford on a little lane on a back way into New Arlesford. Colin and Anne were brave enough to ride on the narrow planks above the Ford. I had regard to my previous history of falls and cautiously walked across.


We stopped at The Watercress Line Station for a brief elevenses stop. Unusually large amounts of steam wafted past us as a train pulled out of the station.

We continued north from Arlesford with great views across rolling downland and on via East Stratton and Micheldever Station to stop for lunch at Popham Airfield Cafe. Unfortunately the airfield was packed for the Annual Motorcycle Mega Meet & Vintage Aircraft Fly-in. There was a big queue for only cold food at the café. Colin and Anne had brought sandwiches anyway. I will need to remember to check for Events before future visits.

After lunch we continued on north for a short way but I cut short the usual route by a few miles due to road closures at Overton. Then down on lanes to Dummer and past Dummer Farm, family home to the Duchess of York. Then it was pleasant lanes via Axford, Bradley and Lower Weald to stop for a break by the Cricket Pitch at Meadstead. Appropriate for an Ashes winning day.

 

Then it was lanes near Selborne via Newton Valence and Hawkley to Liss by 4.00 and a welcome break at The Spread Eagle, West Liss which is open all day Sundays.

Then on and over Hill Brow and a fast long descent to Rogate. Then lanes to Nyewood and on via Elsted Marsh, Didling and Cocking where we found a shop open selling ice creams and then back over Cocking Hill.

Mileage from and back to Chichester was 97. With rides from home to the start we all did over 100. Anne 101, I did 110 and Colin about the same.

Edwin

 


Posted by RideLeader at 22:20 BST
Updated: Monday, 24 August 2009 11:24 BST
Sunday, 9 August 2009
Sunday 9th August. Phil Turner Memorial Ride. Short Ride
A big turnout today for the Phil Turner Memorial Ride, 19 riders meeting at the Cross at 10.00.   
 

 

It was an easy flat ride along the Saltern's Way stopping for coffee at Chichester Marina. We had been delighted to have Mary Turner and two of her family riding with us and but they had to leave us here and return home.

We continued along Salterns Way to West Wittering and then on to East Wittering to our lunch stop at the Boulevard Cafe. People with sandwiches walked along to the beach. Bruce McNeil from London joined us here.

After lunch we headed East to reach the Sustrans Route no.88, 'The Bill Way', via Earnley, Almodington and Sidlesham joining the Route at The Crab & Lobster. Brian Wey got a puncture which was quickly mended by Arthur and caught us up as we turned off the Route at the turning to Runcton to Mary's house for tea at about 3.00pm in advance of Edwin's party. There were 37 in all at Mary's for tea. See Edwin's write-up below for more detail.

On a lovely summer's day it was great to see so many cyclists out including those from our neighbouring groups enjoying a very fitting memorial to our dear friend Phil.

Our ride totalled 27 miles.

Avryl


Posted by RideLeader at 22:50 BST
Updated: Tuesday, 11 August 2009 19:47 BST
Sunday 9th August. Phil Turner Memorial Ride.

 

The day was bright sunny and dry with temperatures up to 23C.

 

From our Section for the longer ride to Graffham there was only Gill and myself (Edwin) at the Cross with Colin joining us at elevenses. Ernie and John Wickens from Arun Adur made up the numbers to 4 starting. The easier flat ride to Wittering led by Avryl gained all the support with 18 on that ride with 9 going direct to the tea. I led a mixed DA group back to the tea of 10 making a total of 37 enjoying Mary’s substantial hospitality at tea time.

 

Avryl will post a report on her ride later. For my ride we were joined at the Cross by 3 early arrivals for the 10.00 ride, Peter Wilson from Arun Adur and Derek and Margaret from Majorca spending August in the UK to avoid the Spanish heat.

 

 

The 4 of us on the ride said our goodbyes and headed east via Westhampnett and then a quiet climb over the Downs to Pillygreen. Then it was along the ridge with views down to the Coast. Then we turned onto the Petworth road and a fast swoop down Duncton Hill before a sharp right into the lanes at the bottom. As we cycled up the hill on a lane into Petworth we spotted Dave Galle and Richard Boulton ahead of us. Colin had already arrived at Tiffens and Dave Fox joined us later after fixing his tyre.

 

 We were soon served with tea and coffee and after a lot of chat started off again. I led the combined group via Burton Mill Pond, over the Petworth road and then the lane via Duncton Common to the White Horse at Graffham. The Horsham & Crawley section and John Maxim were already settled down to lunch in the rear garden.

 

 

 

It was around 1.30pm when I got everybody together to head south to Mary's place for afternoon tea. Richard, Dave and one of the Horsham section headed back home from Graffham while the remaining 10 of us headed for Heyshott and then the gravely lane to Cocking. Bob Moore from Horsham had never been on it before and was delighted to find a new route.

 

We re-grouped at the Post Office in Cocking before tackling the climb up Cocking Hill. It is probably the best local climb compared to the vertical ascents of Duncton or Harting

 

 After re-grouping again at the bottom of the descent in Singleton I led the group along the lane to Charlton where we tackled the next long climb up Charlton Down to the Goodwood Horse Racecourse. Bob was disappointed not to find the ice cream van waiting for him and Colin took a short nap on the verge while we waited.

 

 

 

Turning east, we cycled along the ridge past Goodwood Racecourse before turning south at Pillygreen We now had a fast descent down past Goodwood House, then onto the A285, over the A27 and the cyclepath  to  Tangmere. Then it was across the old airfield to Oving.  We were soon on our way down to Merston on the other side of the A259 and the short bit of lane to Runcton and Mary's Home.

 

Our easy riding Group led by Avryl, 18 in all including 3 from Arun-Adur, had done an easy ride to the south of Chichester and down to East Wittering and had arrived earlier together with others who came direct. Everybody was seated all around the very appealing swimming pool. In the end there were 37 of us in all.

 

 

 

Mary had laid on an excellent spread of cakes and was busy filling the teapots as fast as we were emptying them. Later on Beatrice went for a swim and after some persuading and Mary lending him trunks from her supply for guests so did Ernie.

 

My mileage for the day from Pagham was 54.

 

Edwin


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23 Apr, 07 > 29 Apr, 07
9 Apr, 07 > 15 Apr, 07
2 Apr, 07 > 8 Apr, 07
26 Mar, 07 > 1 Apr, 07
19 Mar, 07 > 25 Mar, 07
5 Mar, 07 > 11 Mar, 07
26 Feb, 07 > 4 Mar, 07
5 Feb, 07 > 11 Feb, 07
22 Jan, 07 > 28 Jan, 07
15 Jan, 07 > 21 Jan, 07
8 Jan, 07 > 14 Jan, 07
31 Dec, 01 > 6 Jan, 02
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