London to Brighton Cycle

London to Brighton Cycle

Join over 4,000 cyclists and embark on this flagship 54-mile challenge taking you from London’s Clapham Common, through Surrey’s beautiful country lanes and stunning Sussex scenery, facing the steep ascent of Ditchling Beacon before being rewarding with breathtaking views of the South Downs.

From here, you will be soaring downhill for those last few miles towards the Brighton seafront. Your epic challenge will come to an end as you race through the flag-lined finish to the cheers of spectators and the chance to put your bikes aside and enjoy some well-deserved celebrations in the London to Brighton event village by the sea.

This is a beautiful and rewarding journey which makes the ideal challenge for any keen cyclist! Whether you are an experienced rider or taking on your first cycling challenge, completing the event should be within your capabilities, as long as you are willing to put in some training first!

Post-cycle you will be able to enjoy the L2B Event Village with delicious food stalls, bar, yoga area, merchandise stall, charity tents and more – giving your spectators plenty to keep them entertained on the day and a fantastic setting to celebrate your cycle success!

To sign up and cycle for Milton Keynes Hospital Charity, we are asking for a registration fee of £50 and that you raise a minimum of only £150, to go to a ward or department of your choice.

What’s Included?
Water stops en route / Medical support / Training guidance / Fundraising support / Full route signage – so we don’t have any cyclists getting lost / Dedicated events team who are on hand with advice / L2B event village / A medal when you race through the finish line / A delicious buffet lunch so you can refuel before completing your challenge / Ride number and information pack sent prior to the day / Mechanical support and crew, so no need for any puncture panic / Optional return transport back to London.

For more information, please contact fundraising@mkuh.nhs.uk or message us on Facebook!

  • Sun, 16 Sep 2018