WELL DONE TO ALL OUR 2013 RIDERS WHO HELPED RAISE OVER £250,000 FOR CHARITY!
Sunday 22 June 2014
The ultimate London to Brighton charity bike ride! A guaranteed fantastic day out cycling one of four routes to Brighton beach along scenic country roads. We will provide free refreshments, mechanical assistance and first aid. What’s more, you will be raising funds for three great charities – Norwood, the Down’s Syndrome Association and Action Medical Research.
Choose From: 75 miles: Central London (EDF Energy London Eye) to Brighton 60 miles: Central London (EDF Energy London Eye) to Brighton 60 miles: Kempton Park Racecourse to Brighton 60 miles: Brighton to Brighton (circular route)
Advance registration fee: £30 On the day registration fee: £35 Sponsorship: £200 (£100 for under 18s)
For a fun and exciting family day out jump on your bikes, enjoy cycling in the glorious English countryside starting from the iconic EDF Energy London Eye, whilst receiving free refreshments and lots of support along the route.
If 75 miles from London to Brighton is a bit too far for you, it doesn’t matter as you also have the choice of three different 60 mile rides - this bike ride facilitates everyone''s needs. No matter what you decide, we can promise that you will have a great time on this charity bike ride and meet some amazing people along the way!
If you want to take on this exhilarating charity bike ride from London to Brighton, or one of our other routes register now!
For more than 200 years, Norwood has been delivering ground-breaking services to the most vulnerable children and adults in our community, helping people to change their lives by providing a range of services specifically designed to enable the people we support to live the life they choose.
The Down''s Syndrome Association (DSA) is the only organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland which supports people with Down''s syndrome at every stage of life.
For over 60 years Action Medical Research have been saving and changing lives through medical research and have spent over £100m funding some amazing breakthroughs.