Following recent Government updates & following consultation with all relevant authorities and local councils, we are delighted to confirm that the London to Brighton Cycle Ride will go ahead on Sunday 19 September 2021, however, there will be some additional measures in place at the event in order to comply with local council regulations. Please head to our Covid-19 updates page for more details on these changes.
The event is sold out. If you missed out and are looking for an epic cycling experience that you can still sign up for, check out the other charity event that we deliver – London Nightrider.
Nightrider will be making its glorious return to the historic streets of London in June 2022. With 50 or 100km routes to choose from – both of which take in some of the capital city’s most iconic landmarks – under the night sky – it promises to be a night out to remember. What are you waiting for? Sign up today.
London To Brighton Cycle – 55 Miles
Once we are out of London we predominantly cycle along quiet country lanes passing through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath before taking on the challenge that is Ditchling Beacon – a mile long climb to the top of the South Downs where you will be rewarded with amazing views and a water break!
London to Brighton Cycle
Headline Charity Partner
Our London to Brighton Cycle Headline Partner, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity raises money to enable the hospital to provide world class care and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illnesses. With over 255,000 patients visits every year, we need your support to help us give hope to our young patients and their families.
Grand Tour Partner
Three million people are living with cancer in the UK. Cancer is not going anywhere, and Macmillan is needed now more than ever. Whether it’s creating new services, adapting old ones or speaking up on their behalf, we are working tirelessly to ensure people with cancer get the support they need right now.
We rely almost entirely on public donations to provide this vital support to people with cancer.
We can’t do it alone. We need your support today.