Your chance to ride picturesque Kent lanes on courses of either 64km or 107km

For anyone in the South East wanting to explore the Kent lanes, the Sydenham Wheelers Cycling Club reliability trial could be just the event.

This area of Kent is a wonderful part of the world to ride a bike and within easy reach of London.

Taking place this Sunday, January 24, the winter ride starts and finishes at Knockholt Village Hall. Knockholt, which lies just outside of Greater London but within the M25 is easily accessible by bike, car and train.

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Sydenham Wheelers CC offer riders the choice of two different routes: 64km with 750m elevation or 107km with 1318m of elevation. Each route can be downloaded as a GPX or PDF instructions from Sydenham’s website.

Entry is £10 on the line, so there’s no need to worry about pre-entering, and each route will include a feed station serving drinks and food.

First riders will be set off at 09:00, and there is a minimum time of three and a half hours to discourage racing.