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Peter Stubbs'Funeral

We have now been advised by the Secretary of Catford CC that Peter's funeral will take place on Friday 21st May at his local church. Peter's body will then be taken to Medway Crematorium at Blue Bell Hill for a short service at 2.40pm and everyone is welcome to attend. There will be family flowers only with a request that people make donations to any animal charity of choice (no donations to be sent to the family)." Our General Secretary John Clegg will attend as a representative of the KCA


It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Peter, one of our fellow KCA Committee Members, at the hands of a motorist while cycling on Wrotham Hill. Peter was a valued & will respected member of his Club & the KCA & will be greatly missed by us all. As soon as we have more details we will post them on this website.Meanwhile we send our condolences to his wife Marion & his family. Pat Hill (President KCA)

25 Mile Time Trial

Please see the start sheet for Sunday's 25 mile event, organised by John Clegg. You can download it here pdf document

3 up Result

The three up result is now on the site, and you can see how well the teams did on the results page.

Entry Forms

Can you please note that when entering a time trial the january 2004 form is no longer valid.

All entries must be submitted on the January 2007 form.

Any entrant using the january 2004 version will be asked by the promoter to re-submit their entry on the correct form.

The 2007 form can be downloaded from the CTT website .


We are pleased to announce that Bob Burden has a very interesting site that he hopes will cover almost every cycling event in the County, of any description. This site will have a KCA News page plus will show all our start & result sheets,& in many cases will have photos of many competitors in their Gallery section. See the photos of every team in the recent 3-Up 25,courtesy of Aly Nye. This will be a big help to Tim Carpenter the KCA webmaster so we hope that you will find Bob's site interesting be you social cyclist or racing man or woman.

Bill Hurlow - Master frame builder

We are sad to announce that Bill died yesterday 28 February 2010 aged 88, just a few days short of his 89th birthday. He had long been a part of the Kent cycling scene after a lifetime of being involved with creating some of what one could call the most beautiful of frames & in fact it was Bill who made the name of Condor famous for the lugs he designed & produced on the machines he worked on. Monty Young, Condor' owner acknowledges that fact in the great booklet he produced about his company & its ride to fame. Bill also worked for other outlets & always knew if he had been the artist on a particular frame as Ted Hill once found out years ago when showing Bill his much loved Condor bike at an event. Bill took one look at the lugwork & scoffed that he had not done 'those lugs'- someone else had been responsible. They were still fine work. Bill was a 'character' irascible at times but one that will be missed by his many friends in the trade & Kent cycling world. We have no news re funeral arrangements as yet.

Bill Hurlow's Funeral

Bill's funeral will be on Tuesday 9th March at Margate Crematorium at 12.40pm. We have no infor re flowers or donations but all are welcome. His good friend John Hunt hopes to have Bill's personal collection of his famous lugs on show.


We are surprised to see that some Kent riders are still using an out of date CTT entry form, namely the form with January 2004 in the bottom right hand corner. This was superceded in Jan 2007, & in this age of litigation when these forms could feature in claims in the event of an accident, we ask riders to comply with CTT requirements & organisers to ensure they accept only the Jan 2007 entry forms. It could save you, the KCA & CTT a lot of aggro.

Q50/11 Changed course details

Please note that the Q50/11 has been changed due to problems at the old finish. The new course details are correct in the 2010 SEDC Handbook just out, and have been updated on the SEDC website.