London To Brighton Cycle Ride
London to Brighton Cycle Ride - 11th September 2016
Could you cycle from London to Brighton?
Use your pedal power and support Enham Trust
Take on the challenge of cycling from London to Brighton on 11th September 2016. Join the Enham Team and help improve the lives of people living with disabilities.
Over 4000 people are expected to take part in this classic challenge. Starting in Clapham Common, London and finishing on Brighton Seafront.
Hundreds of thousands of people take part in charity cycle rides every year - many of them for the first time. This is therefore a perfectly achievable event for everyone but in order to maximise your enjoyment you do need to train.
It’s simple and easy to sign up directly with the event organisers with a £40 registration fee and agree to raise £100 for Enham Trust.
- Your entry includes a free buffet lunch
- Training guidance
- Mechanical support and crew – so no need for a puncture repair panic!
- Medical support
- Fundraising support
- Water stops en route
- Full signage, no maps needed!
- Rider number and information pack
- A medal when you race through the finish line
- And of course, the support of fellow Enham Trust riders and supporters, and an Enham Trust cycling top.
For further information please contact our Events Organiser, Rachel
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