Cycle Touring England Saturday 28th-May-2016

Garry McGivern is cycle touring in England on Saturday 28th-May-2016. Bognor Regis to Horam. 58 miles. I’m off to a seventh birthday party tomorrow in Crowborough. So I decided to cycle there and make a bit of a weekend of it. After all, it’s a bank holiday on Monday.

Under cliff path
The undercliff cycle route between Brighton and Rottingdean.

I had a bit of a stop-go ride this morning while I waited out a couple of thunderstorms to clear. There wasn’t any point in getting wet. I knew I didn’t have that far to go today. And it was quite a loud thunderstorm in Brighton, I think it was right overhead. But once it had cleared, the rest of the day was lovely and sunny, albeit a bit windy!

Camped at a hideous campsite tonight there are loads of children running around all over the place, and they keep tripping over my guy ropes. I’ve shouted at a couple of them! I was going to hang around the campsite for a while in the morning, seeing as I don’t have to be in Crowborough until midday. But after tonight, I think I’ll be off at first light!

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2 Replies to “Cycle Touring England Saturday 28th-May-2016”

  1. Good post. I used to cycle there from London. There was a good bed and breakfast place. With some sadness, I have now displaced my 62 year old touring bike with an electric bike. No sweat.

    1. That’s a shame about your old touring bile but maybe I’ll see you in St Malo on the electric bike?

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