… a safe, child-friendly, all-weather cycle route to the bridge.
This is the article we submitted for the November edition of the Hayling Islander. The published article was subject to editing by the Islander.
You may have seen the road works in Langstone alongside the main road. Havant and Hampshire councils are building a shared path to allow cyclists to ride safely between the Billy Trail at Mill Lane and the Langbrook Restaurant. The next phase will link all the way to Tesco and beyond.
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This is the article we submitted for the October edition of the Hayling Islander.
Fancy an electrifying experience!
Wilf asks if an e-bike might help you get bitten by the cycling bug
E-bikes have come of age.
I just tested one of the latest models, a Kalkhoff Sahel, and it was, well, electrifying. And a lot of fun. We see more and more of them, especially from Germany and Holland.
Purists often say it’s cheating, and less exercise. But you might find you actually get more exercise, not less, because e-bikes tend to get used more often, and they’re a bit heavier when you’re saving the battery. You still get the health benefits, because you still have to pedal (that’s why they’re called pedelecs). They just detect when you’re pedaling, and amplify your leg power to help you go faster.
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