Organisers of the 2010 Circuit of Kent cyclo-sportive will allow a limited number of riders to enter on the line prior to the event on Sunday, September 12.

Anyone wishing to make a late entry on the day should download and complete an entry form from the event’s website in advance, and bring it along with them to the event.

With a good weather forecast for Sunday (currently forecasting sunshine and temperatures nudging 20 degrees), it’s the perfect opportunity to sample the delights of one of Britain’s longest-running cyclo-sportives.

Two distances are available: 80km or 130km. Both start and finish at Sevenoaks Prep School, Godden Green, Sevenoaks. Registration starts from 7.30am, with riders heading off between 9-9.30am. All riders are electronically timed, and awards are given for those reaching gold, silver or bronze standard times.

One of the attractive features of the ride – aside from the beautiful rolling Kent countryside in early autumn and impeccable organisation – is the post-ride dinner. A full slap-up pasta meal, accompanied by a live band, is part of the entry fee.

All participants will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win a Specialized Allez 2010 road bike worth £500, courtesy of Wildside Cycles, Tunbridge Wells.

In addition, event photographers Sportive Photo will be holding a draw for five riders to receive a free CD of their day’s ride photos. The CD draw will take place at 2.30pm at the event HQ.

Related links

Specialized Allez bike up for grabs at Circuit of Kent

Entries filling fast for Circuit of Kent sportive

External link



Circuit of Kent cyclo-sportive website