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Sunday, 5 July 2015
Sunday 5 July. Two Weald Rides.

Today it was make your own way to a DA Event the 2 Weald Ride organised by Horsham and Crawley Group. The weather started wet early on but had dried up by the start time of 10.00 at Wisborough Green. Riders choose which of 4 routes to go on each being about 25 miles.

There were 6 from Arun Adur, 6 from Horsham Crawley, John Maxim of no fixed group and just myself from Bognor Chichester. A very poor turnout from our Group which is nominally the largest.


I decided to go with John Maxim and Jo Savage on the route to the north. Just as well John was leading as I had only a vague idea of where I was most of the time as we crossed the border into Surrey. We stopped half way for an elevenses stop at the Garden Centre at Cranleigh within sight of the North Downs. We parked the bikes where we were not supposed to and then entered the Garden Centre through a Gate marked No Entrance.


The return was via Dunsfold and Plaistow and as we headed south the sun came out.

On the return to Wisborough Green we had completed 23.5 miles on a relatively easy route with only a few short hills.


Although I got the train to and from Billingshurst by the time I had ridden too and from Stations my total mileage for the day was 39.

My latest picture to be processed was taken at the Tuesday evening circuit cycle racing at Goodwood Motor Race Circuit.


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Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:17 BST
Thursday, 2 July 2015
Evening Ride to Sidlesham- Thursday 2 July‏

Another fine summers evening as tonights group set off for Sidlesham in  glorious sunshine and no wind to speak of. There were 14 of us - Julian, David ,Michelle, Carol, John,  Barry, Ray, Mike, Dmitry, Russ, 3 Steves and myself.


I led the group into Bognor where we joined the promenade to Aldwick. Then it was Barrack Lane and Stoney Stile Lane to bring us to Nyetimber where we turned down Summer Lane, onto the rough stuff and South Runcton.


The usual lanes followed as we made our way via Fisher. We were just approaching the point where the lane crosses a cattle field (normally with loose cattle around) when we spotted two cyclists in distress coming the other way. Apparently they were visiting the area and had decided to go for a ride, only to get a large puncture with no means to repair it. By the time we came across them they were about a mile from home and declined our help but we had a nice chat all the same.

Then a little more rough ground as the cycle route followed a field.


Then it was on via Chalder Farm (and the site of Chalder Station) to the Anchor pub at Sidlesham, which to our surprise had disappeared. Another very similar pub stood in its spot, now renamed the Grey Stag.

After a convivial couple of drinks it was still very light so we decided to return via Pagham Harbour, the usual route across the fields to Pagham Wall, rejoining the road at Church Farm. As always this route has challenges, the muddy depths of the harbour being within falling-in  distance of its overgrown pathway and stile, but on this occasion we negotiated it without incident, and it was still light when we reached the tarmac again.


From there it was a straightforward ride through the  Bay Estate at Craigweil to Barrack Lane and back along the prom to Felpham, people dropping off for home along the way.

The round trip mileage was about 18.

Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Sunday, 28 June 2015
Sunday 28th June. Ride to Wickham

The weather today was fair with sun early and cloudier later and the only rain coming while we were at lunch.

Arthur was the leader and he was joined at Chichester Cross by Lynn, myself, Sam, Russell, Rex, Bob and newcomer Mike Healey. We were also joined at lunch by Mark Farrugia and his brother Richard so 10 out during the day.


We headed out on the South Coast Cycle Route lanes via Woodmancote and then on via  Westbourne to stop for elevenses (10s) at the Greenhouse Cafe, Emsworth. We were in good time to hear the hearty hymn singing from the Church next door.


Then it was on via Havant and Bedhampton to the first serious hill of the day up Portsdown Hill which has some beautiful views over Portsmouth. Sam waited for us at the top.


Then it was along the top past some of the forts, ancient and modern before descending towards Southwick. We took the B-Road via North Boarhunt to Wickham and lunch at The Kings Head at the Square. Wickham Square seemed to be full of cars going round and round in a fruitless quest for a parking space. Not a problem for bikes.


Rain came on over lunch but had cleared by the time we gathered outside to leave (Note, the Club denies all responsibility for individual Jersey choices!)

 


After a false start Arthur got us on to a beautiful quiet lane I had never tried before to the site of an old mental hospital, now flats where we nearly got lost going round in one complete circle.


We eventually got on the right road leading to a cycle path alongside a road towards Fareham. Then it was another new back road up to Portsdown hill. I have done the climb to Portsdown hill on all the other routes and although the riders today did not appreciate it I would say it is the easiest of the climbs. Also clearly evidenced by their smiles?


We retraced our route back along the ridge of Portsdown Hill and on to Havant for a tea stop as Costas. Rex, Russell and Mike headed straight back home rather than stop.


We returned on the A259 to Chichester to make our ways home. My route took me along the Chichester Canal path where I spotted a Heron. I stopped only yards away and it stayed still long enough for me to take its picture before it flew off.


Mileage from and back to Chichester was 49. My mileage for the day was 60.

My latest picture to be processed is another one taken at the poppy field near Falmer.


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Edwin  


Posted by RideLeader at 20:25 BST
Saturday, 27 June 2015
Bognor Library to Littlehampton - Harbour Lights Cafe (Look-Sea Centre)

A lovely sunny day but an unexpectedly strong south westerly wind kept temperatures down lower than might be expected.
 
There were 10 riders at the start point and I led Alan, Liz, Carol, Steve, June, Bill, Suzanne, Harvey, and John Maxim around the back roads of Bognor through to Felpham and on to the Barnham cyclepath. Good to see John on a rare Saturday outing as he is one of the Sunday stalwarts and usually goes a lot faster than our short rides manage!

 


From Barnham we took Hill Lane to the windmill then into Yapton. Hill Lane has been recently commented on for its very poor road surface; i noticed today that a lot of the problem is caused by innumerable patching and repairing, i've never seen a road that has been patched so many times. It really needs a complete new surface. I would imagine, given the very small amount of traffic using it, that its never been resurfaced since the initial layer was put down in the 1940s.
 
After Yapton we took the bridlepath that cuts across Ford Aerodrome from Rollaston Park to Ford Lane. This also connects into Rudford Industrial Estate and although egress was not a problem we noticed two unfriendly concrete slabs have been placed across the path as it goes into the industrial estate. Presumably they are to stop motor bikes from racing around but they make cycling difficult too.   
 
From Rudford it was down to meet the A259 and straight onto the cyclepath at Climping, crossing at the central refuge into Bridge Road, then across the footbridge into Littlehampton and our destination.
 
Armed Forces Day was being celebrated in Littlehampton and we watched as a Spitfire flew low across the town before dipping its wings and heading westwards. Unfortunately no photo but I did manage a shot from our front row view as the lifeboat returned from duties at sea and was hauled up to the lifeboat station.

 


For our return, John left us to head back to Angmering, whilst we headed back over the footbridge and to Climping street via the School footpath. Harvey and Bill left us at this point heading for Barnham whilst the rest of us took our life in our hands for a mile of main road (not too busy fortunately) to drop into Middleton via Comet Corner and back to Bognor via Felpham.
 
Round trip mileage to and from the start point was 18.
 
Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Sunday, 28 June 2015 17:35 BST
Thursday, 25 June 2015
Thursday 25th June. Evening Ride to The Black Horse, Climping

A beautiful warm evening and 14 met at Arun Leisure Centre for the Evening Ride to Climping. Graham was the leader and he was joined by myself (Edwin) David Sinclair, Steve, Carol, Michelle, John, Julian, Harvey, Dmitry, Russell, Dave and newcomers Steve and Barry.


Graham led us out through the usual maze of lanes and on to the new estate with one unusual wrong turn, probably because it was still being built. Then on to the new road. Then it was a footpath through trees where Graham managed to find the only mud for miles around. The path linked with the Barnham path where we regrouped.


Then up the Barnham path to Barnham via Hill Lane (no hill) and should really be called hole lane. If there was a prize for the most potholed lane in Sussex it would be in the running. Then it was decent roads via Yapton and Horsemere Green Lane to the Ford Road. After crossing the main road we took a path by the School and then a good quality byway to the Beach.


Then is was north from Climping Beach along the lane to The Black Horse for refreshments.

We headed back on the main road. Part way along most of the group were led on an overgrown path across a field towards some woods leading to Middleton. As they disappeared into the undergrowth Steve, Carol, John and I decided that discretion was the better part of valour on our road bikes and took the road route. We met up with the rest in Middleton before heading home.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Friday, 26 June 2015 13:51 BST
Sunday, 21 June 2015
Sunday 21 June. Morning only Ride to Aldingbourne

There were 2 rides today, an early 8.00am start to ride to Chiddingfold led by Colin and the 10.00am start for the morning only ride led by Arthur. I had intended to go on the early ride. However despite all precautions and sending out the local rides list to multiple proofreaders there was an error. The Pedaller Rides List showed the start at 8.00 Chichester Cross and the local Rides List showed the start at 8.00 Walberton Pond. The Pedaller Rides List was correct and obviously everybody else looked at that while I looked at the local list. Nobody else turned up at Walberton Pond and having forgotten my mobile I could not contact Colin. Still even though I had not realised the error at least somebody was there in case anybody turned up.

While waiting I was able to amuse myself by giving crumbs from my flapjack to the local ducks who obviously enjoyed it as much as people do and probably about as good for them as it is for people!


I rode over to Chichester to join Arthur’s ride taking a route via Fontwell, Eartham, Halnaker and Lavant. Early morning cyclists were much in evidence. First there were Wiggle Off-road Sportive riders who started overtaking me at Fontwell. Then at Halnaker there were a lot of cyclists taking part in a Southdown Velo Hilly Time Trial Event. By the time I got to the start of the short ride at Chichester Cross I had cycled 24 miles.

For the ride to Aldingbourne Arthur was joined by Lynn, myself, Harvey, Russell, Chris and Avryl. Alan and Liz joined us for lunch so 9 out on the day.


Arthur led us out up the Centurion Way where we negotiated a path between the nettles, hint to WSCC!.


We turned off at Lavant to continue through the village and then the Lavant straight where preparations continue apace for the Festival of Speed next week. We continued to Halnaker via Waterbeach.


 

 Then it was a stretch of the main road before turning off on a lane and down to Aldingbourne for elevenses. We were joined here by Alan and Liz..


Harvey, Chris, Russell, Alan and Liz headed for home direct from elevenses. Arthur, Lynn, Avryl and I retraced the route to Halnaker and then headed back via Tangmere.

The ride distance from Chichester and back would have been about 18 miles. My mileage for the day was 47.

Colin reports that on the long ride there was just himself and newcomer Mike Healy. They arrived Chiddingfold at 12.00 after coffee at Kirdford and on through Dunsfold and down to Hidestyle before turning south to Chiddingfold via Vann Lane.

The return was via Pook Lane, Gospel Green, Lodsworth, Graffham (a drink at the shop) Seaford college, Duncton Hill, Eartham and Walberton as Mike lives at Middleton. Back home at a little after 3.00.    Mike is quite a fast rider.

  It was a busy week for Photography. The next picture was taken at the end of a Camera Club walk at Itchenor.

 


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On Friday evening I took train and bike to Falmer north of Brighton to take pictures of a large poppy field there.


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Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 16:16 BST
Updated: Sunday, 21 June 2015 18:59 BST
Sunday, 14 June 2015
Sunday 14th June. Ride to Clayton


Another early start today for a long ride from Walberton Pond at 08.00. I left home and before 7.00 and headed out via Bognor Prom and the Barnham Path. Riding up Flansham Lane I had to wake up these Ducks sleeping in the road.


Colin was the leader and he was also joined by Paul and Chris. We headed out via the Madehurst Lane to Whiteways.


After descending Houghton Hill highlights included lanes to the back of Storrington, the edges of West Chiltington, lanes to the back of Ashington and Wiston to stop for elevenses at Stans Bike Shack at Partridge Green. A Worthing Excelsior Rider kindly took a picture of all of us.


After Partridge Green we were soon in little explored lanes and notable points were Wineham and Hicksted. Bob’s Lane drew my attention. Then it was on via Hurstpierpoint and a back lane to the Jack & Jill Inn at Clayton. We met up there with a large Group from Horsham/Crawley CTC including Bob of lane fame.

After lunch we rode together for quite a way heading back north via Hicksted.



We then headed south on a lane via Blackstone to Small Dole and then on to Bramber. At this point I split off from the rest of the group. They continued back via Steyning and Storrington. I took a farm track to explore Steyning Bowl before heading back along the coast.


I had hoped to scout out a field for Photography near Lancing which was full of poppies last year. However this year it was different cultivation and nothing had appeared so I avoided a wasted trip later in the week.

Mileage from and back to Walberton would have been about 75. My mileage from Pagham was my longest of the year to date at 97. No, I didn’t bother riding round the block 10 times to make up the 100 as I have cycled 100 miles many times in the past.

My latest photos to be processed include the one below taken at Clapham Common underground.


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The next one is of an Orchid at West Dean Gardens taken on Monday 8th June. It is made up of 31 pictures all taken at slightly different focus and the combined together in Photoshop to get the best possible focus.


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Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 21:05 BST
Saturday, 13 June 2015
Saturday 13th June. Ride to Russell’s, Birdham

For the Saturday ride today I (Julian) was the Ride Leader on a very windy afternoon. I was joined at Chichester Library by Alan, Richard, Steve, Carole, Nicola, Liz and a friend plus 2 new people making a total of 10.

I led the ride out of Chichester going west, then down Salterns Way Cycleroute to the Chichester Marina. We then kept on the cyclepath towards Itchenor and then circled back to Russell’s where we stopped for refreshments. Carrot cake seemed to be very popular.

Steve, Carole and Nicola went straight back to Bognor after refreshments and the remaining 7 of us went along the main road for a way before branching off cross country until we joined up with Route 88 which took us across farmers fields and a lane via Fisher to come out near South Mundham. From there we cycled through Hunston and then up the Chichester Canal path back to Chichester town centre. The wind had eased off by then making the ride more enjoyable.

 

Julian


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Wednesday, 17 June 2015 20:06 BST
Thursday, 11 June 2015
Thursday 11 June Hunston


There were 11 on the Thursday evening ride. We went along the prom to Aldwick then Nyetimber and Summer Lane and across the field to Honer Lane.


 

 We  turned before fisher across the usual field tracks to come out at Hunston church. Just before the rough stuff John had a rear puncture so we were a bit late arriving.


Ann and Roy had to turn back at the puncture stop due to our late running. Just after Fisher the track went across a newly ploughed field. Edwin joined us at the pub after time trialing.

 On the way back  a bizarre incident occurred when the bracket at the top of Julian’s saddle stem  snapped suddenly. He was left uninjured but with no saddle. No repair was possible so he cycled standing up for the last mile or so back to the Arun Leisure Centre.

 Round trip mileage was 16.

 Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Sunday, 7 June 2015
Sunday 7th June. Easy 100 Kilometre Ride to East Wittering

Today was Arthur’s Easy 100 Kilometre Ride, a toning down of previous years 100 mile rides. The idea is to ride entirely on the coastal plain with not a hill to be seen anywhere on the route. The weather was brilliant with warm sunshine all day and light winds.

The start was scheduled for an exceptional 7.00am start. As I left home at 6.00 am there were advantages to be found in the early hour. Not a breadth of wind stirred and moving cars were notable for their absence as their normal occupants slumbered. I headed up to Chichester on the back route via Summer Lane, a track across the field and then Honer Lane to South Mundham and Hunston. The only encounters of note were a few bunnies and lazy ducks.

To help those coming from further afield our start unusually was at Chichester Station car park. The group gradually arrived with eventually 13 assembled. There was Arthur, Lynn, myself, Sam, David Glue, Graham, Martin Guarnaccio, Martin Hines, Bill, Bob, Avryl, Jan and newcomer on his first ride with us Dale Dunning. Jeff joined us for a short while after lunch so 14 were out in all.


We headed out through the quiet streets of Chichester east at first via the Oving Road to Tangmere. Then it was over the A27 flyover to Temple Bar and Westerton. The first of the month Goodwood Breakfast Meet was on so our tranquillity was disturbed by Ferraris and the like. Then it was on through Westhampnett and back through Chichester, 2nd time for those not paying attention.


We encountered an artificial hill with the cycle bridge over the Railway to Fishbourne. At the end of that Bill fell off (first time) though none the worse for wear. After a short stretch of cyclepath alongside the A259 we turned off onto lanes to Bosham. Then it was back to a cyclepath alongside the A259 before turning off onto the lane via Chidham which does a loop south before returning to the main road.


After a short stretch on the main road we turned off on another lane via Prinsted and on to our breakfast stop at the Boaters Bar. Here some of us partook of far too much food with their substantial English Breakfasts.


Next we retraced out steps including a loop round Chidham (2nd time) and a loop round Bosham (2nd time)

 


We continued on paths alongside the A259 where Arthur came off worse in an encounter with some Brambles and Avryl fell off behind him and Bill piled in and came off too (2nd time). Arthur was the only one needing some quick first aid.


We continued via Apuldram Lane and the path to the Yacht Basin. Then on via Birdham Pool to Birdham and a short loop via Shipton Green. Then it was a lane down to East Wittering and lunch at the Boulevard Cafe.


When we left we nearly but not quite lost David. We headed out via Bracklesham, Earnley and quiet lanes via Almodington.

On via Sidlesham Common where Arthur had a close encounter with a car whose driver pulled out as we were all lined up to turn into his road and signalling. This led to an amazingly polite exchange of views (honest). Then it was through Hunston and on to the cyclepath and some close encounters with some nettles. From North Mundham we did a loop down to South Mundham and then over to Merston and a loop via Colworth. Then across the airfield and tea at the Tangmere Museum Cafe.


After tea I headed straight home while the others took a route back through Chichester (third time) and back to the Station Car Park to clock up 101.5 Kilometres or about 62 miles, mission accomplished! My mileage including from and back to Pagham was 73.

My latest picture to be processed was taken at Clapham North Underground Station. The tilt was deliberate to add more drama to the picture (honest).


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Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 19:48 BST
Sunday, 31 May 2015
Sunday 31 May. Ride to I-Spy Ride


The weather today was wet with light drizzle interspersed with heavier spells of rain. It cleared up by afternoon. Rex was the leader and we met 08.30 at Walberton Pond. I was the only one to join him. We headed out via lanes before a short stretch on the A29 and then up the lanes via Madehurst. Then it was down Houghton Hill and lanes via Amberley.

 The 11s and start point were at Wiggonholt and we were about a mile short when a very loud noise came from my back wheel as everything jammed up. I managed to stop without falling off. A gear change had resulted in the derailleur being torn off the frame gear hanger. The gear hanger was also bent and the chain half broken. I cannot be accused of having mechanicals by half’s.

We spent a while at the roadside removing the bent derailleur and trying to set up a single speed but without success. I walked to Wiggonholt and got Rex to ride ahead to tell everyone else. There were just 4 from Horsham and 2 from Arun Adur. Bob advised they were going to just go for a ride and cancel the event. Possibly award points to those who turned up at the start. Very kindly Pete Eyre  gave me a lift to Pulborough Station. In line with my emergency procedures for total bike breakdown I got the train to Chichester Station where they have black Cabs which take bikes and got the taxi home.

 Looking back to sunnier times I visited Goodwood Motor Race circuit on Tuesday evening to take pictures of the cycle racing. I used a zoom effect in Photoshop to focus the image on a club mate from Bognor Regis Cycling Club.


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Edwin

Posted by RideLeader at 14:26 BST
Saturday, 30 May 2015
Saturday 30th May. Ride to the Brick Kiln Nursery Cafe

The weather today was warm and sunny. The ride was led by David and in all 17 gathered outside Bognor Library for the start.


We went along the prom and then to Nyetimber, Summer Lane and the dry track across the field to join a lane up to South Mundham. Then it was Runcton and round Merston old airfield to the Brick Kiln Cafe for a tea stop.

The return was via Colworth and North Bersted. My round trip mileage was 20.25 so the round trip from the library would have been about 15.5.

 

Graham

Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Evening Ride - Arun Leisure Centre to the Old Stables, Fontwell‏

 

A lovely sunny evening, temperature around 12 degrees and the wind having dropped significantly from earlier in the day, made for a very pleasant evening ride tonight.

I led 8 riders - Julian, Carol, Steve, John, David, and guest riders (from Sky Rides) Maureen and Dmitry around the back of Felpham to cross into the new estate and a new exit from it into North Road where it directly meets the Barnham Cyclepath at the top of Hoe Lane.  North Road is an ancient old track which has been off limits due to construction work but is now available for use again. Due to its sunken level and sheltered position it has always been vulnerable to flooding and as its had no work done on it directly, this is likely to continue to be a problem. With no significant rain for several days, tonight the surface was hard and dry. When work on the new estate is finally finished, we are promised a suitable upgrade and surface dressing, but for the moment it will be a judgment call whether or not its sufficiently dry to be used.


We stopped for a picture at a bridge used by the Barnham track.


From the Barnham track we came out into Church Lane Barnham, then crossed under the railway and headed for Walberton. We noted that construction had started on the Barnham- Walberton cyclepath (essentially an extension of Felpham-Barnham) as work in progress could be seen running parallel to the road on the Western side.
 
On reaching Walberton pond, it was left into West Walberton lane and the short climb to Fontwell village, then turning into Fontwell Avenue and crossing over into the Old stables bar, where conditions were still warm and pleasant enough to sit outside.  Edwin joined us at that point, fresh from his time trialing.
 
For the return ride, we completed a circuit by taking the rather bumpy track behind Fontwell Racecourse known as Northfields Lane down to Westergate, and then down a very quiet A29 all the way back to Bognor. Very unusually we met a vehicle coming the other way whilst down Northfields Lane. This is the first vehicle I've ever seen down there, and as it drew closer we discovered it was a police Landover. Quite what it was doing there, we never found out.
 
The mileage from, and back to, the Arun Leisure Centre, was a modest 14.
 
Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Updated: Friday, 29 May 2015 08:22 BST
Sunday, 24 May 2015
Sunday 24th March. Ride to Littlehampton

The  weather today was mainly sunny with temperatures up to 16C and the promised rain failing to materialise. Arthur was due to lead the ride but it appeared he was away cycling in France and had forgotten to appoint another leader, oops. After a little confusion I was nominated as leader. Those on the ride were myself, Sam, Rex, Harvey, Chris, Russell, Bob, Christine, Keith and newcomer Alan Harding so 10 in all.


We headed east on lanes via Westhampnett, Strettington and Waterbeach to Halnaker. Then a short stretch of the main Petworth road before turning off on lanes via Mount Noddy to stop for elevenses at Aldingbourne Garden Centre Cafe. For the next picture outside the cafe as discussed I made an edit in Photoshop to trim Bill’s tummy, far left.


We continued by taking the lane past Slindon Woods and under the tunnel and on down to Walberton. Then it was down to Yapton where I stopped to let the tailback of traffic built up behind us get past. Then on to Ford and to the Marina Cafe which is on the west side of the river near Littlehampton Footbridge. Russell and Rex lived a few miles away so they left us here. After lunch more left us with Chris Dart and Christine both living to the east.


There were just myself, Harvey, Sam, Keith and Alan heading back west. We headed back on the minor lanes to Climping. At the Ford road roundabout we really noticed the Bank Holiday traffic with a never ending stream of traffic coming from the Littlehampton direction. Sam managed to get across and the did a circuit of the roundabout to block the traffic allowing us to get across, nice one Sam!.

We took Horsemere Green Lane and back to Yapton and then Barnham where Harvey headed for home. The rest of us continued down the lane by the Murrell Arms to pickup the Barnham Cyclepath to Flansham. For a bit of exploration I took the group on a diversion to the nearby (closed) new road. We did not attempt to go towards the bridge which is thoroughly closed off but turned in the Flansham direction along part of the road which is closed to traffic.

 


When we got to the barrier rather than lifting bikes over a low fence to one side we went through a gate thanks to a padlock being left unlocked.


We continued to Flansham and then back streets via the Summerley Estate with a few mutterings from the ranks about Colin like diversions. We stopped for tea on Felpham seafront at the cafe by Felpham Yacht Club.

Sam reported that the mileage from and back to Chichester was 35. This was 10 miles more than the scheduled 25 but blame it on the leaders diversions. My mileage from and back to Pagham was 37.

My latest picture was taken looking up through a sort of Skylight from the basement of an Office building in the City. I was struck especially by the coloured windows.

 


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Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:19 BST
Sunday, 17 May 2015
Sunday 17th May. Ride to New Arlesford

The long ride today was to New Arlesford in Hampshire and was led by Sam. The weather was fair, mainly sunny with temperatures up to 15C.

Sam was the leader and he was joined at Chichester Cross for the early 08.30 start by myself and Rex. We were later joined by Jeff and Graham Young so 5 out on the ride in all.


We headed out on the usual South Coast Cycleroute lanes including stretches with bluebell and more unsually one area with wild garlic growing on the verge with suitable smell effects. We headed via Westbourne to Rowlands Castle where Jeff was waiting to join us. Then it was on lanes via Finchdean to the lane up through the beech trees of the southern climb of Buriton Hill. The low light produced a long shutter speed in the picture and a nice feel of speed.

We came across a lot of other cyclists on the road with at least one sportive and another special event so at times on the quiet lanes all the fast cyclists were more of a nuisance than cars.

 

After a fast descent of Buriton Hill we continued on lanes to East Meon and then on to West Meon intending to stop for elevenses at Springs Cafe only to find it was closed for a few days. We continued on up hill and down dale on quiet lanes and rode on to New Alresford. We came across repeated Road Closed signs which we ignored as usual until we came to the town where we found the streets choc a bloc with stalls and people for the Watercress Festival. Our intended lunch stop was packed so we moved on to stop for lunch a few miles up the road at the Tichborne Arms, Tichborne. Where we arrived at about 11.55.


We were ready to leave by 1.00 and decided to give up on Graham who was going to meet us at the pub after riding up to Lasham. We headed a short way up the road when I realised I left my jacket on the chair, I went back to the pub and discovered Graham who had just arrived. He then rode back to Chichester with us. We headed back on some beautiful lanes via Cheriton and Soberton and then Hambledon. We took a sharp climb out of Hambledon on a narrow lane.


Then it was on via Horndean to stop for tea at Rowlands Castle.


The return was the usual route via Westbourne and the distance from and back from Chichester was 70 miles. My mileage for the day from Pagham was 81.

My latest photo was of Westminster taken with a filter to cut down light enabling an exposure of 126 seconds which smoothes the clouds and water.


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Edwin



Posted by RideLeader at 20:42 BST
Updated: Sunday, 17 May 2015 22:05 BST
Thursday, 14 May 2015
Thursday 14th May. Evening Ride

After torrential rain for most of the day, the forecast had promised a dry "window" for the ride to go ahead in. Steve, Carol, and David met Julian the rides leader with the sun struggling to appear and very light spots of rain still falling.
 
It had actually stopped raining when the ride set out, but the consensus was that the lanes and tracks would be too wet to go across to Ford, so combined with continuing uncertainty  about the weather, the group decided to divert the ride.
They set out towards Bognor town, past Hotham Park and then took a route eastwards along the prom then byways through to Ancton Lane and then a loop around the private estate at Elmer. They then decided to call at the Elmer pub for a refreshment stop.
 
Sometime later they returned on a direct route down Elmer Road and middleton Road, back to the Arun Leisure Centre. The rain had restarted for this return trip, but it was light and not nearly as intense as earlier in the day.
 
The round trip was in the region of 8 miles.

Julian


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 BST
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Saturday 9th May – Ride from Chichester Library to Wellies Cafe, West Stoke

 

Following an unpromising wet start, the weather cleared in the afternoon for a ride to Wellies Cafe in West Stoke.

Fourteen cyclists gathered at Chichester Library, including a couple of newcomers who had seen the ride advertised on the Sky Ride website.

The group headed west towards Westgate, over the Fishbourne crossing and then north along Clay Lane, totally ignoring a ‘Road Closed’ sign.  Fortunately, it only applied to cars and was to our advantage as it meant the road was free of traffic!  At the crossing with Salthill Road, the group headed straight over, in a westerly direction.  Having crossed over the A27, everyone then took the next turning on the right, crossed over the B2178 east of East Ashling, and then headed straight on towards West Stoke.  Following a steady climb of about a mile, the group stopped for a breather before continuing a short distance south east to arrive at Wellies Cafe at exactly 3 pm.


The cafe had been warned to expect at least 10 cyclists at 3 pm and were prepared for us, with a plentiful supply of tea and cake.

The route back to Chichester was fairly short.  Turning left out of Wellies, the group took a couple of picturesque bridleways which came out into Hunters Race, Lavant, almost opposite one of the entrances to the Centurion Way cyclepath.  Everyone then whizzed back to Chichester along the cyclepath, arriving back in town at the Fishbourne crossing.

Philippa


Posted by RideLeader at 16:03 BST
Sunday, 10 May 2015
Sunday 10th May. Ride to Exton

The weather today was fair with cloud clearing to sun by the afternoon and temperatures up to 15C. I was the leader and I was joined at Chichester Cross by Sam, Jeff, , Rex and Russell so 5 out in all.


We headed out via the Centurion Way, West Stoke and Funtington. Then it was lanes over to Rowlands Castle and Horndean and on to The Garden Centre Cafe Then it was on lanes via Rowlands Castle to stop for elevenses at Horndean Garden Centre Cafe.


Then it was onwards via lanes towards Cathrington and then a very quiet lane running to the north of Denmead. Then it was down to Hambledon and up a very sharp hill 18% where we started being overtaken by riders on the Hampshire Hilly 100 Sportive’ A few though were struggling with their too high gears. Further on their route took them on  a longer loop so when we rejoined their route near Soberton I am sure some had to overtake us again. We stopped for lunch at the Shoe Exton with its garden adjoining the River Meon.


Having arrived for lunch at 12.00 we left soon after 1.00 and as we cycled a hill out of the village we saw Chris Dart coming towards us to meet us for lunch. He decided though to continue to stop for lunch. We continued on a very quiet lane south of Old Winchester Hill and climbed up between trees to Westend Down.

 


Then it was more lanes via Chidden and on past the Bat and Ball and the location of the first ever Cricket Match. Then down to Clanfield and on via Chalton to Tea at Rowlands Castle. Just getting ready to leave were Arthur, Lynn, Avryl and Graham. They were accompanying Lynn on her first ride of her new Titanium Bike. There was a lot of chat over tea on the popular topic of bikes.


We headed back to Chichester via Westbourne and Woodmancote passing on a lane large amounts of wild garlic on the verge  just coming into full smell. Mileage from and back to Chichester was 53. My mileage from Pagham was 64.

There follows a few pictures from the last weekends Isle of Wight weekend. The first one was on the Round the Island Randonnee. Sam is seen climbing up Blackgang Hill as we rode into the very low cloud base. 69 miles that day and 6000 feet of climb.


The next picture was taken as we cycled back from Ventnor on the Isle of Wight on Monday and was the first time I have seen a red squirrel. We had stopped for elevenses at the Garlic Farm Cafe, near Newchurch. The cafe had set up a box near the terrace containing nuts. 2 red squirrels lived in a nearby tree and took it in turns to get to the box, open the door and grab a nut.

The last picture was taken in London The part on the left started out life as a straight shot straight up of the much photographed Northern and Shell Building on Lower Thames Street, in London. This is also locally known as the Rubik Cube Building and is ideal for this kind of treatment. It was then flipped and both parts copied into a new image and combined. A shot of an edited star scene I had taken earlier was copied into the middle.


For more details and a larger picture see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/17169049567/in/photostream/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:14 BST
Sunday, 26 April 2015
Sunday 26th April. Ride to The Harrow, Steep

The weather for the ride today was a lot better than expected. There was a little drizzle on the way up to Chichester but after that the rest of the day was dry though cloudy with a light northerly wind.

I was the leader and I was joined at Chichester Cross by Sam, Paul and Jeff so 4 out on the ride today. We also saw Rex but he went home to get dry after being soaked en route from a heavy shower (more rain out east) Chris who stopped off before going bell ringing had experienced the same thing.


We headed out up the Centurion Way and then on via West Stoke and Funtington encountering many Bluebells on the way and indeed all day. We continued via Rackham and then lanes across to Rowland Castle. Then up the lane towards Horndean before turning off on a quiet lane which led us to a descent through woods to the Chalton lane. After a climb up to the bridge over the A3 we went on to the Queen Elizabeth Country Park Cafe for elevenses. Our arrival coincided with a big group from Alton Cycling Club.


Our ride next took us up to Butser Hill from the relatively gentle side. The views were missing due to low cloud. We descended on the steep side and then lanes via  Ramsdean and Stroud. We took a lane for Steep ignoring the Road Closed Sign and luckily we got through OK. I stopped of at Steep Churchyard to have my picnic while the others continued to the Pub. My picnic was enjoyed on a bench surrounded by Bluebells.

 

I continued to join the others at The Harrow Inn which is also in a very pleasant rural location.


After lunch we headed back 0n lanes via Sheet. Then it was on to the B-Road in the Harting direction but turning off before then to take the lane via Ditcham Park School which has some beautiful views on an out of the way route with little traffic.


Then it was on via Finchdean to stop for tea at Rowlands Castle.


We returned to Chichester via Westbourne and Woodmancote. Mileage from and back to Chichester was 51. My mileage from Pagham was 64.

On Monday I went to London and visited the Sky Garden at the top of the Walkie Talkie skyscraper in the City. Admission is free subject to pre-booking online. Pictures were mainly of the Architecture rather than the gardens. The first image shows the very top floor which most visitors seem to miss.


For a larger image and more details see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/17033742818/in/photostream/

The second image shows the view looking down on the bar and balcony viewing area. Both images were taken with a fisheye lens.


For a larger image and more details see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/16632532773/in/photostream/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:12 BST
Saturday, 25 April 2015
Saturday Ride - Bognor Library to Denman's Garden‏


I led 15 out on today's ride -  Deb, Michelle, Dave, David, Julian, Alan, Liz, Liz (2), Clair, Nicola, new riders June and Alan (2), and Ann & Roy who, having been regular riders with us 10 or so years ago, have  dusted off  their bikes again!

 It was good cycling weather, bright and sunny with light SW winds, and although light rain was forecast for the afternoon, this did not appear until we reached the outskirts of Bognor on the return ride, and then it ias literally a few drops which did not trouble us greatly, so i think its fair to say it was another dry one for us.
 
Having established that Denman's shuts at 4pm, with last orders in the Cafe 3.30pm, we set of on a reasonably direct route, over Highfield Bridge, skirting North Bersted on the back roads and then past the thatched cottages in Shripney Lane, crossing the ugly scar that is the Bognor Northern Relief Road, where it severs this picturesque old lane.
 
A short cut through old Shripney brought us out onto the main A29, for a mile of main road before turning off into Hook Lane at Woodgate.    The A29 was in fact reasonably free of traffic and the cars that came across us didn't seem too confident about passing 15 cyclists all in single file, so this short sprint was incident free.

 

Proceeding up Hook Lane, we continued to Aldingbourne then  towards Westergate and up Northfields Lane, a lovely little traffic free cut through, albeit a little bouncy, not having the benefit of tarmac surfacing . This brought us out to Fontwell, with a short climb up the peaceful Denmans Lane to the garden.

 


We completed a circular tour for the return trip by cutting across to Eastergate Lane, Walberton pond, Barnham, then down the off-road cycletrack to Felpham and Bognor. The round trip mileage was 17.2

Graham


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