The Farnborough Flyer Sportive
12 September 2021

Looking to the dawn of a post-virus landscape, VC Meudon once

again brings you our annual sportive. We go village to village

taking you through some of the area’s finest lanes and views.

Whether you have just found a new passion for cycling
during lockdown or you are a serious athlete, we have an event
and a route for you.

There’s a choice of three scenic routes on quiet roads with three
different distances depending on the amount of climbing (and
descending) you want to take on. There’s plenty of support from
local businesses, so expect a friendly club atmosphere, free
parking, decent food stops, and chip timing. Plus there’s plenty of
coffee, cake and pre-ride breakfast options to buy at the start/finish
courtesy of the Village Hotel.

Village Hotel Farnborough Website >

With no Ride London in 2021, this is the perfect target for your summer training. Come and take on this late summer challenge.


We’re looking to get the Farnborough Flyer up and running this
year on Sunday 12th September 2021. The event will be run within

the British Cycling Coronavirus guidelines prevailing at the time of the event.

The Farnborough Flyer is a not for profit event run by Rushmoor
Borough Council and Velo Club Meudon to raise money in support
of local young cyclists.

Date: 12th September 2021


Short haul route: 22 miles

GPS / Garmin Route

Start time: 9.30am


Bronze 1:35:35

Silver 1:22:40

Gold 1:12:45



Bronze 1:37:45

Silver 1:25:25

Gold 1:15:55

Medium haul route: 52 miles

GPS / Garmin Route

Start time: 8.30am


Bronze 3:54:00

Silver 3:22:00

Gold 2:58:00



Bronze 3:59:00

Silver 3:29:00

Gold 3:06:00

Long Haul route: 80 miles

GPS / Garmin Route

Start time: 8.30am


Bronze 5:56:00

Silver 5:08:00

Gold 4:32:00



Bronze 6:04:00

Silver 5:18:00

Gold 4:42:00

All participants under the age of 18 must submit a consent form completed by their parent/guardian. Parental consent forms are here. Riders under the age of 16 must also be accompanied by a parent or guardian. It is at the organisers’ discretion to set the minimum age of the riders permitted to take part.