London to Brighton Bike Ride 2024

Join #TeamLC for an unforgettable experience cycling from London to Brighton!

Location: London

Challenge Level:

Distance: 53.45 miles

Booking Fee: £35 + booking fee

Fundraising Goal: £350

When: 16 June 2024

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London to Brighton Bike Ride 2024 – BHF

Running from 1977 until today, for 46 years, hundreds of riders of all ages and experience levels have been taking part in the iconic London to Brighton bike ride, organised by the British Heart Foundation, to raise money for charities. Continue this cycling legacy by taking part in Europe’s longest running charity bike ride in 2024, from Clapham Common, through London until you transition into the countryside of the South Downs, crossing the finish line on Brighton beach – experience an unforgettable day all whilst raising money for Leukaemia Care.

There are so many reasons to enter:

• For the Challenge- this event is for everyone and anyone.

• For the Memories – it will be a day to remember!

• For the Cause – support lifesaving research, pedal to the next breakthrough.

London to Brighton 2024: The details

Date: 16th June 2024
Distance: 53.45 miles
Booking fee: £35
Fundraising goal: £350

Sign up online here

Extra perks you’ll receive when you sign up…

  • Leukaemia Care cycling jersey
  • Access to our closed cycling Facebook group – meet your teammates!
  • Fundraising pack and full support through your training and fundraising from the minute you sign up, to race day and beyond.

Please ensure you read the event terms and conditions before signing up.

Any questions?

For more information about the event contact the team on

Got your own place?

We will refund you up to £500 towards the cost of your place if you take part and fundraise for Leukaemia Care! Check out our terms and conditions for more information here.

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