A ‘wheelie’ good idea

Hastings Borough Council’s Active Hastings team are staffing the seaside cycle hire hut this summer with adult bikes, balance bikes, adult electric bikes and a powered trike to hire.

They will also be hiring out deck chairs for visitor and residents.

Councillor Andy Batsford, Hastigs Borough Council’s lead member for leisure and sports development said: “What I love about this project is we are taking a traditional cycle and deckchair hire service that is providing all those things an exciting family seaside town should offer and then adding on top with our amazing sports and leisure team who will be encouraging local people to get active so come down and get cycling.”

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Councillor Andy Batsford outside the cycle hire hut.

The seaside cycle hire hut is open seven days a week from noon until 6pm right through until September 3rd.

The Active Hastings team will also be leading a series of rides along the seafront during the summer, starting Monday August 6th. Those interested should meet at 10am at the cycle hut, and for only £3 take part in an hour ride along the seafront. Numbers are limited, so booking is essential, for more information about this, please email Active Hastings on activehastings@hastings.gov.uk or call 01424 451051.

Costs of bike hire starts from £5. When hiring a bike,  photographic ID (e.g. driving license or passport) will be needed.

The seaside cycle hire hut is located next to Pelham Crescent car park, near the adventure golf.


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