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London to Brighton bike ride 2022

Mind Charity Places are now sold out.

Join us for the south's iconic bike ride - 54 miles from city to coast.

Charity place

Mind Charity Places are now sold out.

Got a place already?

Order your Mind fundraising pack and join our team.

19 June 2022

Registration deadline
13 May 2022

Registration fee

Minimum fundraising target

Minimum age

Clapham Common, London

Sale Now On - Reg fee down from £30 to only £10!

About the event

Join us on this Father's day weekend for this 54 mile bike ride from London to Brighton. This is a fantastic cycling experience not to be missed.  

You will cycle through the picturesque English countryside and experience a thigh-busting climb up Ditchling Beacon before gliding down to the Brighton seafront.

The event includes:

  • 15 refreshment stops
  • mechanical support
  • a fully signposted route
  • pre-event support
  • Beach finish with marquee to meet Mind and your supporters

How we'll support you

  • Whether you are a seasoned cyclist or a first-timer, Mind will be with you every pedal of the way. We will do all that we can to make sure that your cycle is one you will never forget.

    We offer all our cyclists a fantastic support package including:

    • your own Event Coordinator to answer your questions and guide you through your training and fundraising
    • your very own Mind cycling jersey once you reach your fundraising target
    • regular e-newsletters about Mind and the difference your fundraising makes
    • fundraising materials and guides on how to get started
    • training guides
    • kit list and full event itinerary.
    • Mind marquee at the finish to great you at the end

Any questions?

You might find your answer in our FAQs.

Alternatively, you can send us an email using the link below or give us a call on 0300 999 3887. We'll be more than happy to help.

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Cycling for my mental health and my mind- Rose's story

"Exercise provides a habit and a sense of routine that can help you to feel more grounded when everything else appears uncertain."​

Read Rose's story

Where does the money go?

1 in 4

people in the UK will experience a mental health problem in any given year


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You can find out more about our work in the 2019/20 annual review

and more about our finances in our 2019/20 annual accounts

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