Date(s) - 17/09/2017
9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Looking for a fun and rewarding challenge?
Join the annual London to Brighton Charity Cycle and use your pedal power to support the Foundation.
Leave the buzz of the city behind as you take on the 54 mile cycle challenge on 17th September whilst raising funds to help transform the lives of young people and children across Europe.
You will start the challenge from Clapham Common, travelling through idyllic country lanes via Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath before finishing on the colourful and bustling Brighton seafront.
Over 4,000 cyclists are expected to take part in the iconic ride which includes a delicious free buffet lunch, trained mechanics, clearly marked route and much more.
Date: September 17th 2017
Venue: Clapham Common to Brighton Pier
Registration Fee: £25 Early Bird offer during the month of July (£50 from 1st August onwards)
Fundraising Target: £100
To sign up and secure your place, complete these three simple steps:
1 – Sign up by clicking on this link here
2 – Pay the £25 reg fee (special offer during July, after 1st August the reg fee will go up to £50) Please note your place is not secured until the reg fee is paid.
3 – Set up your fundraising page here
When and where?
The Do it for Charity London to Brighton Cycle will take place on Sunday 17th September 2017 starting from Clapham Common. Registration on the day will open from 06:30 to 09:30, further details will be sent to you nearer to the event.
• Your entry will include a free buffet lunch
• Training guidance
• Mechanical support and crew, so no need for any puncture panic!
• Medical support
• Fundraising support
• Water stops en route
• Full route signage, so you can leave your map at home!
• Event Facebook page, so you can interact with fellow cyclists before and after the event
• Rider number and information pack sent prior to the day
• Optional return transport back to London
• Dedicated events team, who are on hand with advice and to answer any queries
• A medal when you race through the finish line!
How fit do I need to be?
Hundreds of thousands of people take part in similar cycles every year – many of them for the first time. It’s therefore perfectly achievable for the ‘average’ person to take part in this event but in order to maximise your enjoyment we do recommend you do some training! Help is also on hand in the form of the www.doitforcharity.com fitness pages where we give you a sample training plan – DM Thomas Foundation for Young People will also be able to give you help and support.
What kit will I need?
Take a look at our recommended kit list here – most importantly, you will need a bike and a helmet, it’s as simple as that!
All funds raised must be payable to DM Thomas Foundation for Young People.
All participants must be over 16.
Participants are responsible for their own medical condition. If you are in doubt about your fitness then you must consult your doctor before signing up to the event.
DM Thomas Foundation for Young People will be organising this event following best practice guidelines and health and safety standards. You will be entering the London to Brighton Cycle organised by Skyline at your own risk and agree that the Foundation and associated companies and partners shall not be liable for any injury or loss that might occur as a result of participation.
By taking part, all participants confirm they are happy for any photographs taken during this event to be used by DM Thomas Foundation for Young People to publicise events and DM Thomas Foundation for Young People generally.
By agreeing to participate in London to Brighton Cycle you are agreeing to your contact details being held on file by the Foundation. We will contact you with updates on the event as well as the work of the Foundation. If you don’t wish to receive this information please write to email@example.com
In accordance with data protection your information will not be shared with any other organisation or third party.
Central event fundraising costs are covered by registration fees.
To keep costs to a minimum we will send London to Brighton updates by email only. By providing your email address you have agreed that we may use it to contact you about the race as well as the work of the Foundation.