Is the London to Brighton bike ride still on?

Is the London to Brighton bike ride still on?

Unfortunately the event in 2020 has been cancelled. In 2021 the ride will take place on the 19th September. Over 4,000 cyclists are expected to take part in this year’s iconic ride and now is your chance to get pedaling 54 miles on two wheels for CRY!

Is London to Brighton on closed roads?

Are the roads closed? We do not close the roads apart from the C203 Upper Beacon Road/ Ditchling Road which will have an official road closure for the event where traffic marshals and management will be in place.

Can you do London to Brighton on a mountain bike?

Completing the London to Brighton Cycle is achievable on a mountain bike, however it is advised that you ride a road bike or hybrid bike as they’re more light weight. If you haven’t ridden your bike in a while, we suggest that you take it for a service to maximise safety and riding experience!

Can a beginner cycle from London to Brighton?

Cycling the 54 miles from London to Brighton is a brilliant, challenging and completely rewarding day out on the bike. For a beginner rider, those 54 miles can seem a little daunting and for some almost impossible.

What roads are closed for London to Brighton bike ride?

London road closures Rookery Road: Closed 12.01am to 11.59pm. Windmill Drive: Parking suspended 5.30am to 11.45am. Nightingale Lane: Closed 5am to 11.45am. Bellevue Road: Closed 5am to 11.45am.

How long should London to Brighton bike ride take?

60 miles is a full day’s riding for a moderately fit cyclist. Real speedsters will manage it in three hours, but twice that – plus cake time – is much more achievable.

What time does the London to Brighton bike ride start?

Where does the ride start? The ride will start from Clapham Common, off Nightingale Walk, Clapham SW4 9AH. There will be a staggered start between 06:10-10:20.

How hard is the London to Brighton cycle ride?

The London to Brighton cycle ride is challenging but achievable. In order to maximise your enjoyment, you do need to train and get out on your bike before the ride! You can download our sample training plan here. Which charity can I cycle for?

What is the roadjourney to Brighton?

Journey on two wheels from the heart of London to the buzzing Brighton seafront! Over 4,000 riders will make their way through the idyllic English countryside putting their pedals to the test on Ditchling Beacon before gliding down to Brighton to cross the finish line and celebrate their success.

Who is the official sponsor of the London to Brighton Bike Ride?

We are delighted to announce PureGym as the Official Sponsor of the BHF London to Brighton Bike Ride. As the UK’s leading gym operator, PureGym are proud to help over a million people to get access to great fitness facilities across the UK. My team – what a superb and supportive bunch they are.

Where do we cycle around London?

Once we are out of London we predominantly cycle along quiet country lanes passing through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath before taking on the challenge that is Ditchling Beacon – a mile long climb to the top of the South Downs where you will be rewarded with amazing views and a water break! and now…