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Sunday, 2 April 2017
Sunday 2 April Ride to Fernhurst


The weather today was beautiful and spring like with blue skies all day. There were  light winds and temperatures which after a chilly start rose to 15C.

There were 2 rides  a long hilly ride to Fernhurst and a shorter ride to Rowlands Castle. Arthur led the short ride supported by 14 riders. They stopped at Woodmancote for elevenses and then on to Rowlands Castle.

I went on the long ride with Russell as the leader. He was joined at Chichester Cross by myself, Mike and Bob. Chris joined us at lunch so 5 of us in all.


After a while indisposed we saw Sam just as we were leaving. He was joining the shorter ride later at 10.00.


We took the Centurion Way north and with the recent opening of the exit were able to use the extension to West Dean.


The bike ramp was a bit steep to use going down, the bike tended to run away if used so we carried the bikes down. Bob nearly fell over going down the last step, not a very auspicious start.


We gathered at the bottom for a christening photo.


Then it was onto the main road, fairly busy to Cocking where we turned off onto the quiet lanes via Bepton. Mike turned off at Cocking to head for home as he had to be back early. The rest of us continued to elevenses at Rotherhill Nursery, The Glasshouse Cafe, Stedham and some welcome hot drinks and cake.


The route after elevenses was full of spring with blossom on the trees, wild flowers, lambs baaing and the sound of woodpeckers.


We took a route via a long climb on a lane to Redford. We stopped briefly to look at the ancient Redford Garage whose pumps are apparently still in use.


Then it was downhill before more lanes to stop at Fernhurst. Our official destination was the Red Lion Pub but as we all had sandwiches we stopped at a bench on the nearby Green for lunch.


Chris joined us a short while later. He had ridden direct  after finishing bell ringing at Chichester Cathedral. Soon after leaving Fernhurst we came to a short but extremely steep hill and stopped to regroup at the top.


Then it was on via lanes through Lickfold and Lodsworth and turning off at Selham to go past the Polo fields. Then on via Heyshott and turning off onto the lane to Cocking. Beautiful views and quiet though having an abundance of potholes.


After a stretch of the main road again we stopped at West Dean Gardens Cafe for cold drinks and Ice Cream, very refreshing.


Then back to Chichester again using the full extent of the Centurion Way. Mileage from and back to Chichester was 46. My mileage from Pagham was 57.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:24 BST
Sunday, 26 March 2017
Sunday 26th March. Ride to Rudgwick

The weather was excellent today, dry and clear blue skies and temperatures up to 17C. The only problem was a strong NE wind giving us a headwind on the way out but compensated for by a good tailwind on the way back.

The leader was due to be Colin but as he is now in China we figured this was a good excuse and I took over. I was joined for the 9.00am start from Walberton Pond by Russell, Mike and Paul.


We headed out on the usual route via Madehurst, down to Houghton and then Amberley and lanes via Rackham to the edge of Pulborough where we turned off for West Chiltington. Then up and over the Golf Course Hill and on to Broadford Bridge. Then a lane up to Billingshurst. I had chosen Whispers Cafe, Mill Lane, Billingshurst both because it was en route for the ride and because they advertise with us in the Pedaller. They were very helpful storing our bikes in a locked side passage. Hot drinks and for some of us chocolate cake were delivered very quickly and enjoyed in the warm sunshine outside.


We were soon off again taking a short section of the A29 north before turning off on Okehurst Lane and up the lane to pass The Haven. Then it was more lanes up to Bucks Green catching a brief glimpse of Brian and Sue Howe going the other way. At Bucks Green Russell turned off for home to get back for a mid afternoon Mothers lunch. The rest of us continued a short way towards Rudgwick for lunch at The Milk Churn Cafe which adjoins the Downslink cyclepath and was clear of any Mothers.

The return felt easier with the tailwind and a lot of downhill to start with riding via Loxwood and then Ilfold where there was a brief map check stop.


Then onwards on a lane to Kirdford. From there it was a long gradual uphill on a lane crossing the A272 and down to Byworth. More lanes took up via Barlavington and the challenge of Duncton Hill. After the descent Paul turned off on the lane to Singleton to return to Selsey while Mike and I continued to the coast via Eartham, Fontwell, Walberton and Yapton.

Mileage from and back to Walberton was 52 well down on the estimated 75 though the latter did include an allowance for Colin loops which I avoided. My mileage from and back to Pagham was 71.

Down on the coast it seemed all the mothers had gone for a walk on the Prom after lunch as it was very busy, like summer.


My latest picture on Flickr was taken a month ago on Westminster Bridge and posted on Wednesday as a Tribute to those killed on Wednesday in the terrorist attack.


More details and a larger picture at https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/33594925335

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:40 BST
Sunday, 19 March 2017
Sunday 19th March. Ride to Denmead


Today was mainly overcast though still mild at 12C and dry though with a very strong  SW wind.

Jeff was the leader today and he was joined at Chichester Cross on the longer faster ride by myself Mark and Mike. Harvey was the leader of a short morning only ride to Compton meeting at 10.00.


We headed out up the Centurion Way and then on via West Stoke and Funtington. We continued via Rackham and then lanes up to Compton for a welcome early elevenses stop. They had a new sign up for the Tea Rooms obviously designed to attract cyclists which worked.


We arrived about 10.15 and easily gained seats. While we were there a constant flow of small groups of cyclists arrived from various points of the compass until all seats were taken.

While the rest continued on a hilly route to stop for lunch at Denmead I headed back to make it a half day ride. On the way back down the valley I first encountered Anne out for a ride going the other direction. Then a mile further on it was Harvey leading a group of 4 on the 10.00am ride towards elevenses at Compton, I hope they got seats.

My mileage from and back to Pagham was 38.

Jeff continues the story of the Hard Ride after elevenses -

Edwin turned back at Compton, leaving me to give the two other hard riders what they came out for. Well they got it , 3497 feet of climbing at an average speed of 10.39  and my Garmin tells me I burned 2624 calories.

After Compton we headed up the usual route to Buriton then the usual route to East Meon all on good quiet lanes. From here we climbed up to the ridge above Winchester Hill ( Teglease Down ) where we had a photo call. From this high point we sped  down to Chidden, passing lammas in a field  then up and down lanes to Denmead.

 

3 lamas look at 3 cyclists

Mike and Mark above Chidden

 

 The  Fox and Hounds was earmarked for lunch, instead of the nearby  Horse and Jockey on a busy road . I have always avoided this pub as it advertises itself as pub of the year 2012 ( who says?)  and it is now 2017.  As Mike and Mark brought lunch we sat on the village hall wall for a quick snack  before heading off at 1.30 . Rowlands Castle by 2.15 and still the hard riders did not want to stop at the cafe. So  back to Chi with a fast wind assisted ride on the main road from Bosham, turning left at the cycle shop in Fishbourne to inspect the cyclepath which I helped to clear a few weeks ago with Sustrans volunteers, then we used the  new path laid out as part of the new development at the rear of Salthill Road  then Chichester by 3.05.   Job done . Roll on Summer ! Return mileage from Chichester was 54.

Jeff

 

Back to Edwins Report

On Saturday I took this shot 0f a Steam train crossing the River Arun at Ford at 9.45.

 

 

This was the Bath and Bristol Steam Express Day Excursion from Three Bridges.. The advantage of this spot apart from the scenery is that the train has to slow for the points at the junction just before the bridge. When running fast Steam trains can readily get to 70mph. The train is an Express with next stop Salisbury. Steam Excursions on the main line run regularly in various parts of the country but only visit our local line 2 or 3 times a year.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:42 BST
Updated: Sunday, 19 March 2017 20:31 BST
Saturday, 11 March 2017
Saturday Ride -Bognor Regis library to The Forge, Slindon

A misty day today, no wind but temperatures lingering around 7/8 degrees, kept down by the fog which dispersed a bit as we rode northwards, but re-appeared as we headed back to the coast.

I was joined at the library start point by 16 others - Carol, Steve, Maureen, Harvey, Chris, Mike, Alan, Liz, Steve(2), Alan(2), Julian, Dave, Sheila, Clair, Russ, and Colin.


We headed out through the usual back lanes to Felpham and the Arun Leisure Centre, then it was onto the new Bakes Mead Estate which seems to have opened a new bit of road every time we go through it. After successfully negotiating it I took the group down Stanover Road to join the Barnham cycle track, which was considerably less muddy than the last time we used it.

From Barnham it was cycle track to Walberton, then West Walberton Lane to Fontwell. Under the A27 subway and into the woods of the Slindon Estate where the track was hard surfaced and quite dry.


 


 By this route we emerged into Park Lane and in doing so avoided the agressive gradients of Folly Hill at Slindon College. A short sprint found us at the Forge tea rooms after an uneventful run. There we met Edwin who had made his own way by a more adventurous route but came back with us.



I took a straight run back via Slindon Common Road and Sunnybox Lane down to Walberton and Yapton which included the usual treacherous crossing of the A27.  We reached Bilsham without incident and crossed the A259 into Middleton at Comet Corner where roadworks are in place. This makes the difficult crossing easier than normal as a temporary pelican crossing has been set up to negate the missing central refuge.

We made it back to Bognor via the seafront with a round trip mileage of 18.2.

Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 22:12 GMT
Updated: Saturday, 11 March 2017 22:30 GMT
Sunday, 26 February 2017
Sunday 26 February Ride to Wickham

Despite a forecast of dry weather till evening the actual weather included showers of heavy drizzle. Probably because drizzle isn’t enough wet to register on the weather radar. Still after drizzle until 9.00 it cleared and we had a dry ride to elevenses. It was fairly mild with temperatures up to 11C and a fairly strong SW wind.

Russell was the leader and he was joined at Chichester Cross by myself, Mike, Mark and Gary. Colin joined the group at lunch  so 6 out during the day.


We headed out via West Street and Clay Lane on the South Coast Cycleroute via Woodmancote. Then on via Westbourne and Rowlands Castle and up the hill on the Horndean Road with a brief stop to regroup at the top.


Then it was on to Horndean to stop for elevenses at Keydell Garden Centre Cafe for a welcome break. There was even some sunshine as we left.


I preferred a shorter ride today so I split off for home while the rest continued to lunch at The Kings Head, The Square, Wickham. They returned via Portsdown Hill and Havant with a nice tailwind.

My ride back included some lanes and down an especially pretty one to the Chalton – Finchdean Road. Some interesting trees on the descent.


More spells of drizzle on the way back and for me a total mileage from Pagham of 45 miles.

My latest picture was taken on Friday on a London trip. One of the objectives was to get shots of Big Ben before it is shrouded in scaffolding from early this year for 3 years for repairs.

 


For more details and a larger image see http://edwinjonesphotography.com/p447855433/h844f1f59#h844f1f59

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 16:44 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 26 February 2017 21:45 GMT
Sunday, 19 February 2017
Sunday 19th February. Ride to The Harrow Inn, Steep Nr Petersfield

Unlike yesterday today was overcast though still mild at 11C and dry with a light SW wind.

I was the leader today and I was joined at Chichester Cross on the longer faster ride by just Colin and Gary. Richard was the leader of a short ride to East Wittering meeting at 10.00.


We headed out up the Centurion Way and then on via West Stoke and Funtington encountering many Snowdrops on the way and indeed all day. We continued via Rackham and then lanes up to Compton for a welcome early elevenses stop.


We continued with the gradual climb up Harting Hill before a fast descent into Harting Village. We turned off on quiet pleasant lanes via the small hamlets of West Harting. Quebec and Goose Green. Then it was back to the main road before turning off to bypass Petersfield to the east and up to Sheet and then on to the The Harrow Inn which is  in a very pleasant rural location just over the A3


After lunch we headed back with first a very steep climb to the appropriately named Steep Village. Then it was on via the villages of Stroud and Ramsdean. After lanes to the Roundabout leading to Buriton we turned onto the new Petersfield to Queen Elizabeth Park Cyclepath. This was opened in November last year and this was our first Club Ride on it. The path starts adjoining the slip road.


A short way up it turns off onto the old A3 or what remains of it and then gradually climbs up on new pathway until it is well above the new road.


 

 Apart from a short stretch alongside the new road separated by a fence it continues some distance from the road and is generally a pleasant new route over the Downs.  


Then it was on via Chalton, Finchdean and Rowlands Castle return  to Chichester via Westbourne and Woodmancote. Mileage from and back to Chichester was 50. My mileage from Pagham was 63.

On Thursday I took this macro shot of some crocuses flowering in Aldwick Green off the Aldwick Road.


For more details and a larger picture see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/32555962240/in/photostream/    

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 19:51 GMT
Saturday, 18 February 2017
Saturday 18 February. Ride to Brick Kiln Nursery Cafe

 

There was a fairly good turnout today with 13 meeting at Bognor Regis Library.  Mike was the man with the camera,  - I forgot mine. Pictures to follow.

A nice ride, in warm sun ( 13C according to my max/min thermometer at home) . We went out via the leisure centre, then the ring road cycle path , then footpath ( ahem cyclepath) to Shripney Lane where Mike the mechanic was called on again - this time for a seized chain link which was causing auto gear changes on one of the bikes ( thanks Mike ). it was then through North Bersted Street and into the modern housing estate before a cycle along that horrible A259 cycle path. A few of the newer members hadn't seen the thatched houses in North Bersted Street before.

When we arrived at the Brick Kiln our ears were assaulted by an ageing crooner belting out Elvis songs. Luckily we had timed it right and only had to endure one of them before he finished. Actually he wasn't that bad!

Usual nice tea and cakes and more Mike the mechanic ( addition of oil and lots of wiggling of seized chain = happy customer!)  before a direct route return to Bognor Library, getting back at 16.05hrs . My mileage for the return trip came to just under 17 miles.

Russell 

 


Posted by RideLeader at 21:18 GMT
Updated: Saturday, 18 February 2017 21:21 GMT
Sunday, 12 February 2017
Sunday 12 February Ride to Stopham Bridge Garden Centre Near Pulborough.

The weather today was very cold, only just managing to struggle up to 3C with a freezing NE wind. I preferred to avoid the cold involved in leaving home at 8.00am to get to Walberton for a 9.00am start so started much later and got a train to Pulborough. Newcomer/founding member from the 1980s Gary Yeoman also came direct having taken a wrong turn on the way to Walberton and missed the start by 5 minutes.

Colin was joined at the start by Sam and Mike so in all there were 5 out riding today.

Gary and I missed the main group and after lunch at the Wyevale Garden Centre Cafe, Stopham Bridge we left to ride back about 1.00 and took a direct route via Wiggonholt and Amberley to climb Houghton Hill. We stopped briefly to recover at the top. Gary took some water contained in an old bottle of something stronger. On his shopping list is a bike water bottle.


We continued down the A29 which had reopened after a few days of a lot of work trimming and felling trees adjoining the road. We headed back via Yapton and Bognor Seafront. The day had been dull and drab but the Sun made a very brief appearance as I rode home.


My mileage for the day was 28.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 19:44 GMT
Saturday, 11 February 2017
Saturday Ride 11 February to Goodwood


Leaders Steve & Carol
Riders 12
Harvey,Colin,Kev,Steve,Maureen,Chris,Graham,Sam,Dave,Mike
Goodwood control tower cafe

 


Steve led the ride out on a cold 3 degrees day which started to snow.


Left library turning right then right through car park and down underpass to Highfield lane.
On cycle path past Tesco turning Left into Rowan's way. Through new housing estate to Chichester road turning right at Mercedes garage.


Past St Andrews church to Tangmere airfield. Through Tangmere then left onto A27 cycle path and a brief stop for a picture.

 


Then through Maudlin turning right into Clay Pit Lane, past West Hampnett Primary School and left to Goodwood Control Tower Café.


Enjoyed tea and large portion's of cake and warmed up nicely . At the Circuit There were saloon car trials of some sort racing around.

 


Carol led return journey, snow had stopped and not so cold.
Turning right then left thorough Westerton village then Right onto Lavant straight leading towards Boxgrove when Maureen got a puncture. Mike the mechanic saved the day, thank you and to Steve for new inner tube.


Went on and across Tangmere airfield and followed outward journey back to Bognor library.


Total mileage 25miles.

Steve and Carol


Posted by RideLeader at 20:56 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 12 February 2017 22:10 GMT
Sunday, 5 February 2017
Sunday 5th February Ride to Midhurst

The weather today was dry with temperatures up to 7C and a light NW wind.

Sam was the leader and he was joined at Chichester Cross by myself, Bob, Mark, Jeff and newcomer Gary Yeoman. There is a story behind Gary as he was a founder member of the Club in 1984 as a teenager and a regular rider until he went to College and dropped out of cycling. Welcome back Gary.


Sam took us out via the Centurion Way to Lavant and then the main road. At West Dean we lost our leader for a little way as Sam powered ahead with electric assistance while the rest of us took the loop road through the village and up the vey steep hill from the Church to rejoin the main road where Sam was waiting for us. Bob took a rest on the verge after the hill and a short way further on decided to head back early. Thanks to Jeff for the picture.


We pressed on to Cocking where we turned off on the backroad to Bepton and then on the nice lane past the  Countryman Pub to cross the main road to Stedham. We stopped for elevenses in some nice warm air at the Rotherhill Nurseries Cafe.


We were given a send off by the Nursery Dog with that pleading “I want food” look. I decided to go straight back for a half day ride and Jeff decided to join me. The main group planned to continue with a loop to the north via Fernhurst and Lodsworth before going on to lunch at Gartons Cafe Midurst.


Jeff and I retraced our outward journey. Jeff decided to take the Centurion Way path north of Lavant while I stayed on road and rejoined him at Lavant. A warning in the following picture from Jeff, stay away from the bit of the Centurion Way north of Lavant!


By the time I returned to Pagham by mileage was 43 and getting home just before 2.00 for a late lunch.

My latest picture was taken in Oxford on a visit a week ago on Saturday which included a visit to the new School of Government at Oxford University on their open day.


 

 More details and a colour version at https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/31764891294/in/dateposted-public/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 16:54 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 5 February 2017 16:58 GMT
Saturday, 28 January 2017
Saturday 28th January. Ride from Chichester Library to Hilliers Garden Centre Café, Fishbourne
Following an unpromising wet start, the weather cleared in the afternoon for a ride to Hilliers Garden Centre Café in Fishbourne.

Twelve cyclists gathered at Chichester Library, and a warm welcome was given to newcomers Bev & Colin, Kev and Chris, who normally went out on Saturday rides with the Bognor group.

The group headed west towards Westgate, over the Fishbourne crossing and then carried on until the end of the road, before heading through the A27 underpass towards the A259.  After emerging from the underpass, everyone then took a sharp right to take the cycle path past Fishbourne Roman Palace, which then lead onto Salthill Road.  The group then headed left towards the A259.

Heading west through Fishbourne, everyone turned left to go down Old Park Lane.     

The group continued to head south towards Bosham Hoe, following the road around the coastline.  An opportunity for a photocall presented itself on the west side of Bosham Hoe, as the group went along Shore Road, opposite the picturesque village of Bosham.

From here, everyone headed north through the east side of Bosham, picking up the marked cycle route and coming out onto the A259.  From there, it was a 5-minute ride to Hilliers Garden Centre Café.

Following an hour’s worth of copious consumption of Victoria Sponge and cups of tea, the group headed back to Chichester along the A259 cycle route, arriving back at approximately 4 pm.

Philippa


Posted by RideLeader at 00:01 GMT
Monday, 16 January 2017
Saturday 14th January. Ride to Aldingbourne

After a couple of cold days, today was sunny and at 10 degrees with a light SW wind, it promised very favorable cycling conditions. Others must have thought so too as no fewer than 18 riders were lined up at the start point.

I was joined by Debbie, Michelle, Carol, Steve1, Steve2, Sam, Alan, Liz, Julian, Dave, Lucy, Andy, Ali, Chris, Mike, Harvey, and Russ.


I had thought about taking the riders via the Flansham-Barnham cycletrack but several sources told me it was very muddy and my own check of it last week confirmed it was certainly sticky. So instead I led the group over Highfield Bridge, through South & North Bersted to Berry Lane and across the new estate, round the lake and on to the Chichester Cycletrack.

Continuing through Colworth and Woodhorn we skirted Oving and took the old route across the Tangmere runways to emerge at Aldingbourne village. Unfortunately Lucy then pulled up with a flat tyre, this was mended quickly with a foam injection.

 


We carried on through Nyton with a difficult crossing of the A27 to approach the Country Centre from the lesser known "rear entrance" which skirts the farmyard.  it was on arrival at our coffee stop that it became apparent that Lucy's tyre repair had failed and it was flat again. The culprit turned out to be a very large thorn, which had the appearance, and strength, of a rusty half inch nail. Very grateful thanks to Mike, one of our two super mechanics riding today, for taking considerable time out from the rest stop to strip the tube and tyre, clean the failed foam and effect permanent (we hope!) repair.


Repairs complete, Steve and Carol had to leave us early so went straight back.  Harvey, Russ, Alan & Liz also made their own ways home leaving the rest of us to take the "official" route via Halnaker Barn Lane to drop down to Crockerhill, and another "at grade" crossing of that horribly busy scar across the landscape. From there it was back through Aldingbourne, then Hook Lane to Woodgate, a short stretch of the A29 to Shripney, and then back to Bognor via Shripney Lane and north Bersted.

Mileage from, and back to, Bognor library, was just over 18.

Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 20:46 GMT
Updated: Monday, 16 January 2017 20:49 GMT
Sunday, 8 January 2017
Sunday 8th January. Mince Pie Ride

Today was the Mince Pie Ride to the house of Philippa and William at Bracklesham Bay.

We met at Chichester Cross at 10.00. Those on the ride were myself,  Harvey, Gill, Steve, Mike, Graham and just in time after Bell Ringing Chris  so 7 in all. The weather was cloudy all day with light rain early which cleared by the time we left at 10.00. At least it was mild at 10C and very light winds.


We headed out on West Street and then Appledram lane. we missed the mud of the Salterns Way path by a stretch of the main road. Then it was lanes via the Yacht Basin and Birdham Pool to Birdham. Then from the roundabout a stretch of the B-Road towards Bracklesham before turning off on a backroad via Earnley  and on to Philippa and William at Garden Avenue at Bracklesham.


We had a splendid spread provided including sausage rolls, Stollen, Mince Pies and Profiteroles.


More club members arrived coming direct by car being Dave, Jan, Alan, Liz, Arthur, Lynn, Freda, Jim, Richard and Roy so including Philippa, William and David there were 20 in all.


On the way back we took a route on lanes via Almodington to Sidlesham Common. Then it was a stretch of main road towards Hunston where there was a bit of excitement. I found I couldn’t pedal so I signaled to stop, tried to get my foot out but found it was jammed. Not clips but toe clips and straps. There then followed a gradual slow fall off the bike onto a luckily soft verge so no injuries. What had happened was that a piece had come off my overshoes and wrapped itself around the pedal and straps so my foot was jammed in the pedal. Must be a new reason for falling off a bike. After some help getting untangled we were on our way again.

Mileage from and back to Chichester was about 18. My mileage from Pagham was 28.

My latest HDR picture is one taken in Wells Cathedral during a day trip from Bath while staying there with family over Christmas week.

 


 

For more details and a larger picture see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/31235589043/in/photostream/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:05 GMT
Sunday, 18 December 2016
Sunday 18th December. Ride to Boaters Bar, Prinsted

The weather today was dull and misty but could have been worse as it was dry with light winds and temperatures up to 9C. The ride today was a short one to Prinsted with Arthur as the leader and we met at Chichester Cross beside the Christmas Tree.


On the 7th day before Christmas 12 cyclists went a riding. Arthur was joined by Lynn, myself, Russell, Chris, Steve, Gill,  Richard, Trevor, Keith, Terry and Andy a newcomer on his first ride. Andy had heard about us in the Chichester Observer Events Section so Kudos to Philippa our Publicity Officer for getting us in there.


Arthur led us  via West Street and Clay Lane and the South Coast Cycleroute lanes to Woodmancote for an elevenses stop at the Woodmancote Inn for coffee. The Pub overdid the festive cheer a little as we had to stoop to avoid the Christmas Decorations. Two of the group, not me, also had cake which proved to be gianormous and spoiled appetites for lunch (not complaining).


We continued via Westbourne and then the cyclepath across to back streets towards Emsworth where Ho, Ho, Ho I spotted 4 Farther Christmases on bicycles coming up behind us. We lost them when turning off at the Emsworth Roundabout to take the road towards Thorney Island. We then turned off for Prinsted and lunch at the Boaters Bar. We arrived about 11.30. Those not too full with cake had sandwiches.


For the return we took a short stretch of the main road before turning off at Southbourne onto lanes via Hambrook and then rejoined our outbound route. All but 3 of us went to Fishbourne Roman Palace for tea. Thanks to Trevor for his map of the outward route. Trevor’s mileage was from the outskirts of Chichester so the distance from and back to Chichester Cross was about 19.


 

 

My return home included the Chichester Canal which gave the opportunity for some atmospheric photos and a longer ride. My mileage from Pagham was 34.


My latest picture was taken overlooking London from the Tate Modern extension viewing area.



For a larger picture and more details see https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/31593088875/in/dateposted-public/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 16:52 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 18 December 2016 17:20 GMT
Sunday, 11 December 2016
Sunday 11 December. Ride Durleighmarsh Tea Barn, Nr Petersfield

The weather today was dry with some sunshine. It started cold at 5C with low mist over the fields as the sun rose. Temperatures later rose to 10C. Sunny skies gave way to mist and fog hanging over the Downs. The picture was taken as I left home soon after sunrise at a Pond just north of Pagham

 


Sam was the leader today and he was joined at Chichester Cross at 9.00 by Mark, Jeff, Colin, Russell, Mike and myself making 7 out in all

 


We headed out on the Centurion Way. On request Sam eased back on the Power Output of his Electric bike. Up the Centurion Way it was very quiet soon after 9.00 though at times it was hard to see the path through the wet mulch of fallen leaves. We continued on the path north of Lavant to West Dean taking the old route as the exit has not yet been built though planning consent was granted on 31st October.

Then it was on over the Downs along the main road with gathering mist. We stopped briefly at the top.


The sun returned as we headed down Cocking Hill and turned off on quiet lanes via Bepton and Severals Road up to the A272 just west of Midhurst. We followed a cyclepath beside the main road before crossing over to take a lane to Stedham and a stop for elevenses at a new cafe at Rotherhill Garden Centre. This is family owned and much better than the chain type Nursery Cafe. Sam had scouted it out and obviously made an impression as they gave us a warm welcome

My rear tyre slowly went down as we neared the cafe, good timing. The tyre is the almost but not quite puncture proof Schwalbe Marathon Plus. This is used on all my bikes and was the first puncture in about 2 years. Sam helped with getting it off and Colin helped with pumping it up thanks to his mini trackpump

After elevenses 3 of us headed straight back with myself Russell and Mike. We retraced our outward route. My mileage for the day from Pagham was 45.

The rest headed on to Durleighmarsh for lunch. A bit of offroad was included. After lunch they headed back via Ditcham Park School and Rowlands Castle getting back to Chichester by 3.00pm. The main groups mileage from and back to Chichester was 46.

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 16:22 GMT
Updated: Monday, 12 December 2016 09:30 GMT
Sunday, 4 December 2016
Sunday 4th December Ride to Compton and Christmas Lunch at Runcton

The weather today was beautiful and sunny but very cold, just about managing 1C at our start time of 08.30 and climbing by the afternoon to 7C. There were no ice problems. Just 4 of us met at Chichester Cross, myself, Russell, Sam and Bob. There were 17 in all for the Christmas lunch later at Runcton. I was the leader.

We headed out via the relatively quiet main road to Lavant turning off just before then and taking lanes to West Stoke where we stopped for a Sam warming up his frozen hands stop.


Then it was on via  Funtington. Next I  took a route straight to Compton on the valley road via West Marden. We stopped at Compton Village Tea Rooms for 11s, well 10s really as we arrived for 9.45 before the crowds of other cyclists piling in later. As we were getting ready to leave Colin arrived and we chatted briefly before he headed on inland for a longer ride.


Then we headed back via West Marden, Racton and Woodmancote. At Runcton we settled in to a long (3 hours) 3 course Christmas lunch. Harvey, Mike, Arthur and Lynn came direct by bike with the rest coming by car



Mileage from Chichester was 28. My mileage from Pagham was 40.

My latest picture to be processed was taken a week ago at Canary Wharf while guiding a group of 18 from Bognor Regis Camera Club round various Photo locations. This one is at Blackwall Basin


For a larger picture and more details see

https://www.flickr.com/photos/edwinjones/30561019483/in/dateposted-public/

Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 17:36 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 4 December 2016 18:00 GMT
Sunday, 27 November 2016
Sunday 27th November. Ride to the Maple Ridge Garden Centre Cafe, Trotton

The weather today was chilly but started sunny with more cloud building up mid morning. Colin was the leader for the start at 9.00 at Chichester Cross. He was joined by myself, Sam, Gill, Jeff, Bob and Chris joined us at lunchtime so 7 out in all.


 

We headed out via the Centurion Way and West Stoke to Funtington. From here we encountered riders on the Wiggle Fontwell Freeze Sportive with 3 routes from 63 to 33 miles. Initially they were coming towards us but after a joining of routes near Walderton they were breezing past us at high speed. Then it was on via West Marden to stop for Elevenses (at 10.15) at Compton Village Cafe/Shop. An early arrival ensured we were there before the crowds took the warm inside seats.


I headed for home after elevenses, preferring to make it a half day ride. Jeff will now take up the tale. After elevenses the group continued up the B-Road over Harting Hill and through South Harting. There was a stop while Colin mended a puncture in his puncture proof Marathon Plus Tyre.

 


 

Then it was on via Nyewood and a lovely route up via Terwick Common and down via Chithurst to stop for lunch at Trotton where Chris joined the group after finishing Bell ringing at Chichester Cathedral.

Then it was back via Dumpford, Treyford and Elsted and up Telegraph Hill up the  back hill to Harting Down.  Then it was a turn off to North Marden.


Then on via lanes via East Marden to Walderton, then West Stoke where the new cafe was closed Tuesday and Sundays.  After a short way  it was on to  Wellies “also closed” then Funtington Road admiring the cathedral view before it is spoilt by the new development.

The ride from and back to Chichester was due to be 45 miles. My ride from Pagham was 37.

On Saturday I led a group of 18 from Bognor Regis Camera Club around London’s Canary Wharf. For a brilliant sunset we went to Blackwall Basin to view the skyscrapers across water.


Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 18:09 GMT
Saturday, 26 November 2016
Saturday Ride - Bognor Regis Library to Runcton, Manor nursery -Palm House Cafe

 

12 out for this ride today, a lovely sunny November afternoon with temperatures at 10-11 degrees but a chilly (albeit light) wind taking the edge of the temperatures.

I was joined at the library by Carol & Steve, Liz, David, Julian, Steve, Mike,Chris, and coming specially over from Portsmouth  Bev, Kev, and Paul, who signed up on Skyride, and we hope will join us again.

I took the group through the Hotham subway, over Highfield Bridge and into South Bersted where we took a route through the old  village and to Fairlands. Then it was through newly opened cyclepaths across the new estate and round the wildlife pond to join the Bognor-Chichester Cycletrack. Taking the Colworth loop  (which wasn't flooded, as has been the case recently), we crossed the very busy A259 into Merston village from where a quiet lane took us down to Runcton and the Cafe.

After a somewhat prolonged stop, emphasizing the social side of our rides , I completed a circular route taking our usual cut through Butterlees Farm at Lagness, (pic)


 Then it was a convoluted route through Aldwick to end up at the back of West Park. We ended up on the sea front where a brief stop was made to inspect the ruins of the fire damaged Beach Restaurant.


I ended the ride in central Bognor which was very busy with many events, live music, stalls and artificial snow for the switching on of Christmas lights.   The round trip was a modest 12.5 miles.

Graham


Posted by RideLeader at 22:08 GMT
Sunday, 20 November 2016
Sunday 20 November. Morning Ride to West Wittering

 

Only two on the ride today Alan and Steve. Flagged as off by Arthur and Lynn.

 

Steve led the way to Chichester Canal Basin then along the canal tow path to Hunston. Taking to the road we meandered our way in to a strong head wind to the Wittering's where coffee was taken.

Returning via the Salterns Way to Chichester Yacht Marina then on to the canal tow path back to Hunston. Here we each took our own way home Steve back to the Witterings and me to Aldwick. 'My Ride' showing a total distance of 30 miles door to door. Why is that you ride in to a strong head wind, turn around to go home and the wind drops to a whisper?

Alan


Posted by RideLeader at 16:36 GMT
Sunday, 13 November 2016
Sunday 13 November. Ride to Pulborough DA AGM

The weather today was bright and sunny with temperatures up to 11C with a northerly wind.

I was the leader and it was an 8.45 early start to get to the AGM in time. Colin and Sam were at Walberton with Chris going direct so 4 out in all. From Walberton we headed out up Shellbridge Road between the woods with some beautiful autumn colours still evident..

Then it was on the lanes via Madehurst and a brief stop at the top.


 Then it was a fast descent down Bury Hill and on to lanes via West Burton and Coates. Then it was on to Fittleworth and the main road to Pulborough and the AGM at Pulborough Village Hall. Sam split off for home just before Pulborough. We observed 2 minutes silence at 11.00. Officers remained the same apart from our member Roger Cline being elected as the new auditor. I received the Cup for best attendance on Sunday rides over the Summer. Louise Galley received the Cup for best Pedaller Article and all the other Cups went to Horsham/Crawley. There was fairly poor attendance with there being 9 from all the West Sussex Groups. Chris saved the day by arriving just before the end bringing us up to a quorum of 10.

After the AGM some of us met at the nearby Oddfellows Arms for lunch.

After lunch I got a train back to Pulborough so as to be in enough time to go out again to take pictures of the Supermoon rising above Bognor Pier. With cloud forecast for the rest of the week this was the only opportunity. Today the moon rose 10 minutes before sunset which is ideal for getting a moon which is not too bright and blends in with a landscape.


For this next shot the cyclist riding to the end of the pier was a lucky break.


Edwin


Posted by RideLeader at 20:13 GMT
Updated: Sunday, 13 November 2016 20:16 GMT

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