“Hello KAA participants.
Apologies for the time gap between the event and the results.
I would like to thank everyone for taking part and helping to raise money for the Kent Air Ambulance which so far totals to £2,183.26.
I would like to thank those who gave up their day to ensure the event ran smoothly; Sean Beattie, Gary Barnett and Spencer Stacey for doing a fantastic job putting the signs out early Sunday morning; Rodney Kennison and Rob Sapp for running the feed stop on the 100k route; Barbara Kennison and co. for running the tea bar in the iron rooms; Emma Diprose, Vic Williams and Nigel Wharton for taking care of the time keeping, entries and general running of the event.
Hope to see you again next year!
A charity cycle ride in aid of the KENT AIR AMBULANCE TRUST
Take up the challenge of a 30km (18 mile) or 100Km (62 mile) cycle ride. Riding on good quality roads with a feed station on the 100km route and all finishers receive a medal.
Sunday 25th August 2013. Starting from 9.30am.
Starting and finishing at “The Iron Rooms” Boughton Aluph Village Hall, Nr Ashford. TN25 4HP
Book in advance at £10.00 per adult & £5.00 per child (under 14)
Enter Online with Rider HQ: 100Km route or the 30Km route
Entry on the day is £15.00 per adult or £7.50 per child (under 14)
(Children under 14 should be accompanied by an adult. Children under 10 ride free but must be accompanied by an adult)
Please note that we will no longer be issuing sponsorship forms, instead we ask that you direct friends, family and work colleagues to the following link, for them to make a donation: http://www.kent.fundraiseairambulance.co.uk/MedwayveloKAA
Also if you are unable to make the ride perhaps you can make a donation instead?
All proceeds from the day will be donated to
THE KENT AIR AMBULANCE TRUST. AFR NO:26558
The county’s only air ambulance; providing an essential life saving service to every person, living, working and travelling through Kent 365 days a year.
The Kent air ambulance trust does not receive any financial aid from the Government, NHS or National Lottery. Every penny of the £1.5 million needed to provide Kent with such a service comes from voluntary donations from the people of Kent.
Contact Adam Mumford on 01634 846373 or email him
We emphasise that this is NOT a race but a day for you and your friends to enjoy cycling at your own leisure. It is also a day to raise hundreds of pounds for the Kent Air Ambulance.
GPX files for you GPS devices can be dowloaded in the zip file below.
30 km Route (download route)
100 km Route (download route)