They were in Westborough Congregational Church Cycling Club. However, some of the members of the Church objected to cycling as a suitable past-time for a Sunday and our founders left to form another club.The club's unusual name goes back to when the club was founded in 1922 . The founder members had returned from serving in the forces during the 1914 - 1918 war.
THE EARLY YEARS
The first activities were club runs on Saturday afternoons and Wednesday evenings, with the first races being club time trials in 1924. The club was one of the founder members of the Kent Cycling Association in 1928 and enjoyed considerable success in both individual and team championships. The club's current Mens Best Allrounder trophy was originally a KCA team trophy that SFA members won outright.
SLIGHTLY MORE RECENT HISTORY
Therese Mason kept a collection of press cuttings from the mid 1980s and you can see 6 of the pages by clicking the links. Enlarge the image to read the details.