Sunday club run

12th December 2021 @ 9:00 am
Junction of A2 and Mierscourt Road, Rainham
High St
Rainham, Gillingham ME8 8AD

The Sunday club ride also leaves from the junction of the A2 and the bottom of Mierscourt Road, Rainham at 9 am. This ride is 35 to 45 miles in length aiming to get back to Rainham for midday (depending on mechanical problems and punctures). There is a stop at a cafe, usually in the second half of the ride. Regular destinations include Rodmersham Green and Graveney.

More details here

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1st January 2018
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10 Responses to Sunday club run

  1. Paul says:

    hi. i am fairly new to the world of cycling but i am keen to get involved with the club. would be ok to just turn up and see how i get on

    • Phil Booth says:

      By all means, I understand you have been in contact with one of the club members but please ask if you need to know anything.

  2. Dan says:

    Morning all, is there any room for ne on this ride?
    Im 26 and have been meaning to join a club for a few years now.
    If there is room for me this sunday what time is meet up?

    • Phil Booth says:

      Hi Dan, We always have room for prospective members. The Sunday run leaves the car on the junction of the High Street and Mierscourt Road in Rainham at 9am. The ride usually goes out through Iwade and on to the cafe at Rodmersham before heading back to Rainham. If you need to know anything else please ask.

  3. Paul says:

    Hi do I need to be member to come along for the first time?

  4. Phil Gurnett says:

    Hi, new to club cycling (road at least) and have seen the other posts. Was hoping to join your club ride tomorrow if that’s OK?

  5. Jonathan Gardiner says:

    Hi, I met Richard Stokoe out cycling last weekend. I have been thinking of coming out to try Medway Velo for a while and following my ride and conversation with Richard I am keen to join you this Sunday (13th Jan). I hope that’s OK. I’ll arrive a few minutes early. Thank you. Jonathan Gardiner

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