When:
12th August 2018 @ 9:00 am
2018-08-12T09:00:00+01:00
2018-08-12T09:15:00+01:00
Where:
Bodle Street Green Village Hall
Bodle Street Green
Hailsham BN27 4UB
UK
Pop-Up Cafe  Bodle Street Green @ Bodle Street Green Village Hall | Bodle Street Green | England | United Kingdom

Meet at Ditchling Village Hall at 9.00 am – all welcome. Groups to be decided on the day.

Today’s Sunday Club Ride is to a to pop-up Cafe in the Bodle Street Green Village Hall. Tea and Cakes are being provided by Helen Codling.
We will also be joined at the pop-cafe by riders from other local cycling clubs.

Total mileage today will be at least 58 miles but as much as 67 miles if riding the longer options.

For the Normal route to Bodle Street Green ( 32 miles – 921 climbing ft) see here.
For the Longer route to Bodle Street Green ( 34 miles – 1,104 climbing ft) see here.
For a shorter route to Bodle Street Green (26 miles – 768 ft climbing ft) see here.

There are two return routes to Ditchling available.
For a return route to Ditchling ( 33 miles – 1,357 climbing ft ) taking a more Northerly direction which may suit riders heading back to Burgess Hill see here.
For a return route to Ditchling ( 26 miles – 725 climbing ft) taking a more Southerly direction see here.

2 Comments

  • Hmm … Helen’s pop-up cafés are always worth going out of your way for, but I’m not convinced that the long detour to Glynde on the suggested normal route (51 km / 32 miles before the tea stop, 94 km / 59 miles overall) works at anything less than Group 2 pace. If you’re riding with Group 3 or Group 4, try this: https://connect.garmin.com/modern/course/20101929, which is a variation on the southerly return route and which should get you to the tea stop by 11:30 – overall distance, 84 km / 53 miles.

    • Ashley,

      Thanks for your comments. I always find the drag up from Gold Golden cross to Boship Round about busy and unpleasant hence the route via Glynde (missing out the long climb out of Ringmer). Though the route is longer it is flat and I think nicer. Group 3/4 typically keep a good pace on the flat.
      Currently the weather conditions are looking favourable with a light Southerly breeze.
      The purpose of the pop-up is to to experience something a bit different including a new location and new roads for some.

      Your route has been added to the list of options for the day so that it is more clearly available to the ride leaders/groups to choose from.

      Steve

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