|NEWS||8th Sep 2014|
Set up by a team of cycling enthusiasts, all of whom have lost a family member or a friend to cancer, Bike 4 Cancer provides days respite breaks for British families affected by cancer.
We also make grants to UK based care institutions and fund research into the positive effects of exercise (e.g. cycling) and how it can help with cancer prevention and recovery.
Join 4,000 other cyclists on Sunday 6 September 2015 (TBC) for the Bike 4 Cancer London to Brighton charity bike ride!
This event usually sells out very quickly so please register your interest early to secure your place using the form below.
Given this event is limited to 4,000 riders, the route is less crowded than the British Heart Foundation event which attracts over 40,000 riders. The lower numbers arguably make for a safer ride.
Open to all cyclists from the age of 16 upwards, the London to Brighton bike ride is the perfect event for families, aspiring cyclists or corporate teams.
The 55 mile route starts on Clapham Common and travels through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath. Riders will have to climb the infamous Ditchling Beacon (814 feet above sea level) before a long descent into Brighton. The finish line is in front of Brighton Pier.
Your £35 entry fee includes a buffet lunch mid-route, water stations, finisher's medal, breakdown assistance, medical cover, signage and marshalling.
PLEASE NOTE: As there is an additional cost to Bike 4 Cancer for you to take part (on top of the £35 entry fee), we ask that you raise a minimum sponsorship fund of £100 to take one of our places.
Due to rider number limits, places for this event sell out very quickly. To secure your place, please complete the enquiry form below. Thank you!