London to Brighton cycle ride

Travel from city to coast and see the winding lanes that take you there.

Event details

Location: London to Brighton
When: Sunday 15th September 2024
Activity type: Cycles
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Find out about London to Brighton cycle ride

Challenge yourself on this epic journey! Start in the big smoke, end in Brighton and raise money for hospice care. Join us for the South’s iconic cycle ride with great support, rest stops and roaming mechanics. This epic 55 mile cycle from capital to coast will take you through picturesque countryside, stunning villages and the coast line of Brighton.

- Sign up from £55 per person
- Fundraise as much as you can

Hit the Downs cycling event in Sussex

What you'll get

From us:
- Support from an experienced fundraising team who can help you reach your goal

From the event provider:
- A fully signed and marked course
- Mechanics on route
- A finisher's medal
- Free food and drink

More details about London to Brighton
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  1. Go to the London to Brighton website and book your place
  2. Get in touch with us once you’re done and we will send you a bespoke fundraising pack!
  3. Choose to fundraise as much as you can for St Barnabas House

 

Thank you for choosing us to donate your sponsorship to – we appreciate every penny.

Next steps:

  1. Get in touch with us and let us know
  2. We’ll be in touch with your own bespoke events pack, including fundraising hints and tips and sponsorship form.
  3. Once you’ve raised your sponsorship money and completed your event head over to our GoDonate page to donate the money directly to us.

You can find details about the race day on the London to Brighton website.

Any questions about fundraising please contact the Events Team.

Why fundraise for St Barnabas House?

It costs nearly £10million every year to provide hospice care for local people. Only 22% comes from central government, the rest comes from the amazing donations we receive. We couldn’t do it without you.

By fundraising just £100 your donation could mean a new patient has a home visit from a Community Nurse Specialist – assessing symptoms, providing emotional support, and helping plan for the future.

The impact your donation makes