A perfect Sunday afternoon ride out with friends.
Meet at the junction of the A28 and A274 at London Beach just East of Tenterden.
From there, head into Tenterden on the A28 and take the last left turn at the West end of town, the B2082 – a lively little road that ducks and dives a lot between hedges and is used regularly by horse riders.
Follow the road all the way down to Rye.
In Rye you’ll typically find bikers parked in the Quayside car park – a great place to stop, rest and chat.
From there, take the A259 to Hastings. If you want a slow detour take the coast road down to Winchelsea Beach and along.
In Hastings, the old fishing huts are a great place to stop.
From there head North on the main road through town, pick up the A28 which journeys right back to Tenterden and complete this great loop of the Kentish and East Sussex countryside.
An exhilarating Hastings to Hythe via Camber route.
Kick off in central Hastings and take the A21 out of town. Meet the A28 after about five miles.
Take in the views via the B2089, B2080 and A259.
At Rye, try the Woolpack Pub, a great biker friendly stop.
Rather than stay on the A259, branch right to Camber and follow the signs to Lydd. The route takes you around the back of Lydd Army Ranges – lovely sweeping bends where you can re-join the main road.
Stay on the A259 al the way Hythe via some great open sea roads at St. Mary’s Bay.
Credit: Kent Biker Richard Gilbert via facebook.com/kentbikers
A satisfying coastal ending via some of East Kent’s best known towns and cities.
Meet on the M2, Junction 6.
Take the A251 and link onto the A20 towards Ashford.
Your first pit stop: The Airport Café: https://www.facebook.com/Airport-cafe-185270638169631/
After some well-earned refreshment, head onto the B2068.
Take in the historical sights and waterways of Canterbury before riding onto the Whitstable Road towards the coast.
When you reach Whitstable, park up by The Crab & Winkle and complete the ride out with a invigorating beach walk!
Credit: Kent Biker Jamie Kiggin via facebook.com/kentbikers
Ashford to Goudhurst and back with some traditionally stunning Kentish scenery.
Pick an Ashford meeting spot that works for or your group. Why not kick off at the Blue and White Cafe? https://www.facebook.com/theblueandwhitecafe/
Jump on the A2070 and A259 towards Rye.
From there, take the B2089 to Udimore. The B2089, B2244 and A229 will take you straight into picturesque Goudhurst.
Avoid the motorway and journey back to Ashford via the A262 and stop in at Longacres Garden Centre Bybrook Barn to round off the ride: https://www.facebook.com/longacresbybrookbarn/
Whilst the temptation to wheel out the bike and take to the road is great, especially considering to fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, please take time to consider the implications: