The Hayling Cycle Safari is a fun way to get people cycling along the sea front and be rewarded with a free set of bike lights to keep them cycling safely as evenings get darker!
It’s been organised and sponsored by Hayling’s Hampshire County Councillor, Lance Quantrill, in conjunction with Cycle Hayling, Hayling Cycles, our local bike shop, and many local businesses.
The idea is to get your form stamped by venues from the yellow boxes on the map. Once you’ve gained 22 points, registered people can take the map into Hayling Cycles for a free bike light set (for 2021).
Instructions are on this entry form. You can pick up a form and a map from the Hayling Trader, or one of the participating venues, or download it from the links above. You’ll need to register for each person who wants to claim the free lights, or you can do it for fun without registering.
Venues might not be open – if not, just get a photo (if you can)! Please bear with venues if they’re busy.
We’d love to hear how it goes, and especially get some photos outside the venues, holding up your maps!
Have fun, and good luck!
2 Replies to “Hayling Cycle Safari 2021”
I assume HBC will be making an effort to cut back all the overgrown brambles etc along the cycle trail, at present it is positively dangerous to cycle along here.
We’ve asked HBC to cut back from the bridge to Mill Lane, Langstone, and from the Spring Theatre to the Station, and we’ve asked the local landowners to cut the old cinder track, Footpath 88.
Where are you talking about specifically Hazel? I cycled the Billy Trail quite recently, and I didn’t see anything else too bad?
At the moment, the Safari is only planned for the Seafront, West Town and Mengham, but of course, many cyclists want to go further round the island.
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