Keep your wits about you when going along 7 mile lane, its a route a lot of lorries use
We ran the route early this morning and we would definitely do it again. We didn't meet the normal hordes on route to Rye; extremely light traffic. The only issue was several of the corners on the B2163 contained large deposits of gravel in the centre and edges of the road.
Truly a fun route. This is what Brit-bikes are made for! Lots of cozy towns to pass through. Lots of narrow country lanes to zoom along.
There was a minor diversion the day I did this, but that doesnt matter as there are lots of fun in the area. Also there was a sportscar-club out that Sunday morning. All six of them drove like posessed, passing all other traffic (with me trailing along for the fun).
Dartford B260, Darenth, B260 to Longfield, B260 to T junction turn right A227 Meopham, Turn left at Wrotham Hill roundabout A20 Wrotham, continue A20 straight on under M26 junction through lights for about .5 mile... then...
Just before Addington turn right B2016 (seven mile lane) straight on over roundabout A228, turn left B2015 short distance turn right B2162 Yalding Station continue B2162 turn left Yalding Village B2010 just before West Farleigh turn right B2163, Coxheath, B2163 Chart Sutton, Sutton Valance turn right
Just before Addington turn right B2016 (seven mile lane) at crossroads turn left A228 then after a short distance turn right A26 Watering bury, Teston, just after Teston turn right over ancient bridge A2163 to West Farleigh, A2163 Coxheath, A2163 Chart Sutton
A274, Headcorn, Biddenden A28 through Tenterden take B2082, A268, Wittersham B2082 Playden, A268, Rye
Dartford, Darenth, Longfield, Meopham, Wrotham, Addington, Wateringbury, West Farleigh, Coxheath, Chart Sutton, Sutton Valance, Headcorn, Tenterden, Wittersham, Playden, Rye
A nice Sunday morning ride and when you get to Rye pop down to Camber Sands for a cup of tea and get ready for zapping across Romney Marshes. Or go for a ride on the Romney marshe and Dymchurch miniture railway.