Goatham’s Great Kent Cycle Ride Returns
The Goatham’s Great Kent Cycle Ride returns for 2018, with a new route covering over 220 miles of the county’s roads, raising money for Kent Sports Trust to help people across Kent.
The riders will set off from the headquarters of AC Goatham & Son at Flanders Farm, Hoo, on the morning of Friday 6th July, and the cyclists will begin their journey, travelling to Ashford via the Weald of Kent, stopping off at Leeds Castle for refreshments.
Day two will see dozens of extra cyclists join the one-day option of the ride and spend it cycling around the low Weald, Romney Marsh and Hythe before returning to Ashford for a celebration meal.
The third and final day will see the riders leave Ashford, head towards Canterbury, stop for lunch at Shepherd Neame in Faversham and then cycle along the North Downs to finish at Hoo around 5pm.
It costs £75 per person to register and there is a minimum fundraising target. Money raised will fund the work of Kent Sports Trust and a donation will be made to Help for Heroes.
Friday 06 July 2018 – Sunday 08 July 2018
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Per Person – £75.00