The Rotary Club of Folkestone Channel will once again be organising the UK’s flattest cycle ride which this year will be raising funds for South Kent Mind. The event, organised in line with government safety guidelines, takes place on Sunday 4th July 2021.
It consists of circular routes across Kent’s Romney Marsh starting and finishing at The Star Inn at St Mary in the Marsh. Although it’s not a timed event, it is still great for the serious cyclist, family or just the challenge of riding 30, 50 or 70 miles.
Time yourself or go at a leisurely pace. Do it solo or as a family, club or work group. Simply enjoy the ride, and have fun raising money for charity.
The start will be staggered allowing plenty of time to complete your chosen route.
Folkestone Channel Rotary
Channel Rotary was chartered in 1980 and now consists of nearly 50 like-minded people, mostly in the Folkestone and Hythe community, from all walks of life, active and retired, who work together to support the community in South East Kent with funds and many hours of hands on expertise.
Channel Rotary has donated over £25,000 to charity and good causes in the past 12 months including Folkestone Churches Winter Shelter Project, Shepway Sports Trust Mental Health Initiative, Schools Hardship Fund, IT Schools Laptop Recycle Project and
To get full event details on the Channel 70 Bike Challenge and register to take part please visit the rotary clubs dedicated page by clicking on the link below.