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July 2022

Tri Vets 100m 2022

July 31 @ 8:00 AM
£12

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted the organiserand wish to ride contact him as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted me and wish to ride contact me as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through me, the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted me and wish to ride contact me as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through me, the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted me and wish to ride contact me as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through me, the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted me and wish to ride contact me as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through me, the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

Every three years a series of 100 mile rides for veterans takes place around the country, in June or July. There is a time limit of 12 hours, allowing a moderately relaxed pace, and the ride is done as a club ride, in groups of up to12 riders, with a leader and a back marker, so no actual map reading or route finding is required. The event is very social, and an opportunity to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. The relaxed pace of the ride means that the 100 miles is not too hard a physical challenge, unlike riding an audax. And if you find on the day that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew, all you’ll miss out on are a certificate and the eligibility for a badge or date bar. You’ll still get a good day out in good company. The event is strictly non-competitive and must be ridden in a group. It cannot be ridden individually or at a quicker pace than that set by the leader or dictated by the slowest rider in the group. Entry in advance only with no on-the-line entries possible. If you haven’t registered or contacted me and wish to ride contact me as soon as you can (01732 850664; r.seall@gmail.com). Entry forms and route details are being sent out shortly to those who have registered. Registration is to be direct through me, the organizer, (and not through Cycling UK). Those who have ridden the event on the last two occasions have been invited. All entrants must be members of Cycling UK.
In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station. The ride will start at 8am.
The route consists of four loops, each between 20 and 30 miles, and trying as far as possible to avoid steep hills and duplication. The route has been used for our annual 100 mile “Hadlow Hundreds” event for the last few years and makes maximum use of our extensive network of ‘back lanes’. If you are new to the area you will get a good introduction to the variety of our local countryside and attractions.
Basic refreshments are included in the entry fee of £12, but this time we are not able to provide lunch, so riders are required to bring their own pack lunch with them.
Supporters are welcome to visit the HQ at any time during the day and might wish to ride one or more of the four loops but may not ride with those riding the event.
Information about other Tri Vets rides can be found on the Cycling UK Web Site.

In 2022 the HQ will again be the Golden Green Mission Hall (GR TQ637 483), four miles from Tonbridge Station.

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