CIRCUIT OF KENT
Now in its tenth year, the Circuit of Kent, a challenge ride around the quiet lanes of the 'garden of England' will take place on Sunday, September 17 from Godden Green in Seven oaks, Kent.
Starting at 9am, participants will have the choice of 140km and 80km routes, where the 140km contenders will be given a time based on age and gender.
Limited to 500 riders, due to the popularity of the event, Macmillan Cancer Relief, Hospice in the Weald and other charities supported by Sevenoaks Amherst Rotary Club will receive all the proceeds from the £25 entry fee and any sponsorship money raised, with hope that the sum raised will outdo the £17,000 from last year.
All riders will be electronically timed and given a medal and certificate before enjoying a post-ride meal.
More information can found on www.kentcyclosportive.co.uk or by phoning the organiser, Derek Williams on 01959 522148. Tell ?em we sent you!
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