Road Racing

The club races in both the South East Road Race League (SERRL)  and the League of Veteran Racing Cyclists (LVRC) and organises events at Cyclopark in Gravesend.


Sally Smith

(photo courtesy of Southern Edge cycling)

For those unfamiliar with road racing, the South East Road Racing League (SERRL) is a road  racing series based in Kent and East Sussex and requires a British cycling licence, and affiliation to the league. 4th catergory riders will need to attend two mandatory training days, more information on this is available on the SERRL website here.

Crits in the Park are a popular road racing series run at weekends on the closed road cyclopark circuit in Gravesend, and include races for men and women across a variety of categories.

The League of Veteran Racing Cyclists (LVRC) races are open to those riders of 40 years and above and requires an LVRC licence. It is not associated with British cycling.

Other road races run under the banner of British Cycling also happen in Kent, including some at Kent’s other closed road circuit at Betteshanger Sustainable Park, whilst during the summer club members also race in London at Crystal Palace, Hog Hill, Lee Valley or Hillingdon.

For those new to road racing Go races are sometimes held locally.

For a full list of all road races organised under British Cycling rules please click here. The LVRC road race calendar can be found here.


If club members are available to assist at these events, please contact Tom Knight.

Road Race club championship

The club runs a road race championship for club members, with the champion being the member who achieves the highest number of points on their British Cycling licence.

For full details of the relevant leagues please visit the SERRL  or LVRC websites.