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Win A Place In This Year's Kentish Killer

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We are thrilled to announce that we are continuing our sponsorship of the fast approaching GS Avanti Kentish Killer for a second year.

The Kentish Killer sportive is one of the first big rides of the year and, as its name suggests, is not for the faint-hearted. That said, it doesn’t stop the longer 71 mile route, which runs from Brands Hatch to the roof of the Ashdown Forest and back, selling out each year in a matter of hours.

On agreeing to sponsor the event for the second year CWJ Managing Partner, Andrew Wright said, “The Kentish Killer is a fantastic test with a unique place in the south-east’s cycling calendar. It brings together social riders looking for a special challenge and serious club riders looking to get out and test themselves against their peers after the winter months spent indoors on the turbo trainer. The fact that it is run by a dedicated team of GS Avanti club members other local helpers in aid of the KSS Air Ambulance, makes it a perfect community event for us to support.”

This year's event takes place Sunday February 15th and entries were limited to 1,000 riders, which once again sold out within hours. The entry fee is a very modest £25 andyou can still register for the waiting list. The scenery on both routes is terrific and the accommodation at Brands Hatch is excellent. A number of CWJ staff will be taking part in this vigorous challenge including Personal Injury Partner Alex Wormald and Business Development Manager Robin Evans who, having vowed never to do it again after last year, is madly giving it another go.

MISSED OUT ON THIS YEAR'S ENTRY?
CLICK HERE TO ENTER OUR COMPETITION.
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*We have 5 VIP spaces up for grabs. These will be drawn at random from all of the correct entries received by 9am on Monday February 2nd 2015. Winners will be notified by email, a list of winners will be available on request. The entry is non-transferable with no cash alternative




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