Terms and Conditions

I acknowledge the dangers of participating in cycling and fully assume the risks associated with it including, without limitation, the risk of collision with other riders, vehicles and fixed and moving objects, risks arising from surface hazards, equipment failure and weather conditions potentially leading to serious physical injury and/or loss of life.

In participating in club activities, I agree to be aware of my own limitations, to be responsible for the condition and adequacy of my equipment, to wear an approved safety helmet at all times and to ride neither to endanger myself or others

I agree that any photograph taken of me at a club event may be used for Club publicity on the website, social media and in the press.

I agree to indemnify and hold the Club and its officers and other members harmless from all claims (including those resulting from negligence or omission), including claims for physical injury or loss suffered in connection with Club activities.

Club Coaching Sessions.

I consent to taking part in club coaching sessions.

I understand and agree that I participate in coaching sessions under the instruction of British Cycling coaches entirely at my own risk. I have considered the nature of such sessions and have thought about them. I understand that each session will be explained to me before I take part. I am responsible and competent to assume full and entire responsibility for my own safety under the supervision of a British Cycling coach.

You are giving consent to participate in coaching sessions conducted in a traffic-free environment and on the public highway (by appropriately qualified coaches).

You are agreeing to comply with the Highway Code at all times when on the highway with this group.

You are signing to agree that you will disclose all medical information that may be relevant to this type of coaching.

It is part of the British Cycling Code of Conduct to ensure that reasonable steps are taken to establish a safe environment where riders can enjoy developing their cycling skills.

It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure that her bike is in a safe condition to ride. All riders must wear a cycling helmet at all times during the coaching sessions.(except when inside)

Please ensure you notify the coach of any medical conditions you feel they should know about before participating in any sessions. If you have any concerns about participating in any form of physical activity, please consult your GP before giving your consent to take part in riding or the coaching sessions.

We are a cycling club for women. All ages, novice, ace and everything in between. We offer easy, intermediate and advanced level group rides over six days a week; 15 rides to choose from. Some ladies like to tour, cyclocross, sportive, race, climb hills, challenge themselves, maintain or grow their fitness. And friendship and support is thread through all of these. To join book on to an induction. https://kentvelogirls.co.uk/joining-kvg/Join in with our sportive on 6/10/19. Enjoy riding through beautiful Kentish countryside with home baked feedstops, friendly marshals and a warm welcome on your return. Choose your distance; 20:40:60 sMiles. Link in bioLinda, modest as ever, has been found out... Fabulous Fifth in her age group at the UCI GRAN FONDO. Many congratulations- another fabulous result!The Morzine Fourteen

1 for a spacious chalet by a babbling brook, with a hot tub, sauna and more than one excellent cook.

2 for @velovation.cc long days with views galore and tasty picnics to restore.

3 for French baskets to carry poulets and peches up the hill.

4 for beds in a room in which to lie nice and still.

5 for puzzling punctures for One (but it all worked out fine). 6 for the time to pour out the wine.

7 for the number of days spinning wheels.

8 for kilometres to descend to Tanninge.

9 for stretching positions to avoid one or more twinge.

10 for candles (plus 40 minus 1) on A birthday cake.

11 for percentage push to the top of Colombiere.

12(k) for the cold, hard slog up Saleve to finally look down on the lake at Geneve.

13 for bananas chopped for breakfast each day.

and 14 for KVG comrades rolling through Morzine, a sight this commune had never before seen.Amazing performance by Nicky (on the right, biggest smile) in the UCI World champs- congrats on the podium place! All those hideous training sessions have paid off! 😊Ride London excitement and anticipation. Lots of ladies doing this for the first time this year, all had a fabulous ride and are still smiling like this!This morning. The “bread and butter’ of our club are the daily club rides our Ride Leaders run every week. The main goal for us is to ride with others. That’s what we do, six days a week.Always anticipated with much excitement is the trip to Folkestone, long ride there - in the sunshine- lunch by the sea, a sneaky glass of rosé, and the train home!Finishing the 106k distance in the Maratona at the weekend this KVG was thanking all the club members who gave support and encouragement during her rather shortened training (injury) in the lead up to the event. Well done!