Ben-efit is delighted to be an event partner for the
Circuit Of Kent 2022
The CofK is one of the UK’s longest running Cyclo Sportives – first taking place in 1997 – and now after an absence of several years, Flamme Rouge Events is delighted to resurrect the event and to be the new sportive organiser with Macmillan Cancer Support as our Charity Event partner. Setting off from Sevenoaks Prep School on Sunday 4th September, riders soon find themselves cycling through some of Kent’s finest countryside riding past oast houses, orchards, barley and hop fields.
Registration at www.circuitofkent.cc
Previous Events, we have supported.
Named after local hero Major General James Wolfe, the Wolfe of Westerham is a sportive to do battle with. Welcome to its 5th year! 2nd year for us supporting.
You’ll head out from Westerham Brewery and follow the 40 or 72 mile course through the beautiful Kent and Surrey countryside. Along the way you’ll be taking on 940 / 1865 metres in total climbing and testing your strength on local legendary climbs such as Yorks hill, Hubbards hill, Crockhams hill and Toys hill.
When you’ve defeated the ride what better way to finish off a great day’s cycling than at our host and sportive partner - Westerham Brewery. Each rider will get a beer token to have a beer on the organisers. Sit back, relax and enjoy the grounds of Westerham Brewery and sample the tap room beers. We’ll also have the Tour de France live along with street food trucks
Come join us for a day of summer cycling at its very best.
To enter, Follow the link: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/247384/Wolfe-of-Westerham-2022
Catford CC has passed the 'Devil's Trident' to Westerham CC who now become the event organiser of the Hell of the Ashdown (HOTA) – an iconic sportive which marks the start of the cycling season in south east England and is regarded as one of the UK’s toughest, most demanding sportives.
The Hell of the Ashdown 2022 will be held at Westerham Brewery, Westerham, Kent on Sunday 27th February 2022.
The 2022 route will follow most of the original HOTA course with riders covering just over 100km, and 1750 metres of climbing taking on a number of well known and feared climbs and cols including favourites such as Toys Hill, Markbeech, Wych Cross, Twyford Lane, Colemans Hatch (The Wall), Groombridge, Hobbs Hill, Hubbards Hill and Brasted Hill.
The event is run in aid of Chartwell Cancer Trust and Valence School, Westerham with part of the proceeds going towards supporting people with cancer and disabilities.
Registration opens up on Bonfire Night - Friday 5th Nov