KM Bike Ride

Sunday 29th April 2018

The KM Charity Team’s annual KM Big Bike Ride is back!

If you are looking for a bike ride that boasts fantastic views of both coastline and countryside, then the Big Bike Ride could be the perfect event for you!

The 50 or 100 kilometre charity ride is being staged by the KM Charity Team and will be held on Sunday 29th April 2018 starting from Betteshanger Country Park, Deal, Kent.

The routes for the Big Bike Ride have been purposefully chosen to be varied and interesting; to ensure that you don’t get bored along the way! The 50km ride will take you through some beautiful Kent countryside and the 100km ride will take you along the coast, through beautiful Kent villages and historical mining communities - a bit of everything with minimal navigation!

Additionally, there will be mid-ride refreshments for all cyclists. Both hot and cold food and drink will be available to purchase at Betteshangar Country Park before and after the event. There will be electronic chip timing and each participant will have a sportive photograph taken during the event.

KM Events are certainly working hard to make sure that your only focus on the day is on crossing the finish line!

To book your place or for more information follow the link provide:

This is the third year that we have teamed up with the KM Charity Team and we are delighted to be involved again!

The KM team take care of all of the administration on our behalf so this is a very cost effective way of raising funds for our vital service. All of the sponsorship that you raise will split; the Kent, Surrey and Sussex air ambulance will receive 70% and 30% will be retained by the KM Charity Team, going towards their chosen local cause.

All participants of this event will receive a complimentary charity t-shirt.

For more information, contact the Events team – or 01622 833833.

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