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British Heart Foundation’s London to Brighton Bike Ride Back for its 40th Year

Be part of Europe's oldest and biggest charity bike ride!

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If you’ve been hankering after a goal to ride towards, you can’t do much better than the British Heart Foundation‘s famous London to Brighton bike ride. And this is definitely the year to get involved, because everyone will grinning over the fact it’s been going for FORTY YEARS. That’s right. It’s Europe’s oldest and largest charity bike ride. You’ll essentially be part of history, and helping raise money to fight heart disease at the same time.

The route comprises of 54 miles from city to sea, including the infamousĀ Ditchling Beacon climb (813 feet). Over 25,000 people will briskly trot out of Clapham Common and finish tired, sore and in need of fish and chips on Brighton seafront, some hours later.

Registration will open atĀ 10am on Saturday 17 January 2015 at bhf.org.uk/L2B. It usually sells out fast, so stick it in yer diary or you risk being disappointed!

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