Riders of all levels are invited to take part in the annual KM Big Bike Ride in Kent to support Swale Young People CIC.
The 50 or 100-kilometer charity ride is being staged by the KM Charity Team and will be held on Sunday 23rd April 2017 starting from Betteshanger Country Park, Deal, Kent.
Simon Dolby from the KM Charity Team urged people to take the challenge to support Swale Young People CIC. “This is a thrilling way to raise money for this excellent cause. The ride will give superb views of our beautiful coastline and countryside as an added perk for participants”, he said.
The two routes of 50 and 100 kilometers have been designed by sportive rider and organiser Andy Croucher of Locks of Sandwich Cycles to be varied and interesting, flat with some occasional hills. 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.
70% of sponsorship money raised goes to Swale Young People and 30% goes to support the KM Charity Team and the events running costs. Any profit goes towards the Children’s Road Safety initiatives carried out by the KM Charity Team.
You can book your place on the KM Big Bike Ride here.