This takes place at 30 miles in the picturesque village of Turners Hill. You can eat as much as you like from our delicious pastas to our ever popular Carrot Cake.
Free water stops
There will be water stops located frequently along the route, at mile 10, mile 17, at the lunch point at mile 30 and the top of the infamous Ditchling Beacon at mile 45.
Mechanics will be based at all rest stops to assist you with any mechanical issues, but if you’re unlucky enough to experience difficulties in between those points we also have roaming mechanics too – just give us a call!
Fully signed route
No need to be looking at your map – our route is fully sign-posted so that you can keep your eyes on the road and enjoy the wonderful surrounding countryside!
Just call our friendly London to Brighton team who will be able to help you out with all of your questions including fundraising and training advice
Transport back to London
Bike and coach transport will be available back from Brighton to south London at an extra cost of £35 which can be booked upon registering or prior to the event.
Your bicycle will be securely transported back to the start point in south London where it will be returned to you upon arrival.
Local train services in Brighton will only permit a limited amount of bikes so we strongly advise you arrange to be picked up from Brighton or book our bike and coach transport (subject to availability).
Meet fellow cyclists ahead of the trip and if you’re on your own you will probably find other solo cyclists to cycle with! Our Facebook page is also a great place to gets lots of tips and advice on the ride from more experienced cyclists
You will be rewarded with an official, beautiful souvenir of your achievement – the coveted London to Brighton Cycle Medal! This is for you to treasure and remember your wonderful day by!