London to Brighton Cycle Ride


Event Type:Cycling


Location:London to Brighton


Distance:55 miles

Registration Fee

Registration fee:£55

Minimum sponsorship

Minimum sponsorship:£150

Event date

Event date:11th Sep 2022

Take on the London to Brighton Cycle Ride as part of our #WishHero team and together, we'll create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.

We're back for 2022!

The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is an iconic 55-mile route from Clapham Common in South London, to the seaside town of Brighton. 

Once out of London, you'll cycle along quiet country lanes passing through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath before taking on Ditchling Beacon - a mile long climb to the top of the South Downs where you will be rewarded with amazing views! From there it's downhill for the last few miles onto Brighton sea front for a spectacular finish.

Registration Options

After a sold out year in 2021, the demand to take on the 2022 London to Brighton Cycle Ride is bound to be higher than ever. 

Secure yourself a guaranteed place on the #WishHero team by registering here. Pay a registration fee of £55, fundraise a minimum of £150 and we'll be there to support you every step of the way.

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Organisers' Support

  • Free buffet lunch at mile 30
  • Water stops at mile 10, 17, 30 and 45, at the top of Ditchling Beacon!
  • Highly experienced mechanics along the route. There will also be handy mobile mechanics if you need them - just give them a call!
  • Fully signed route so you can keep your eyes on the road and enjoy the views!
  • And finally, the coveted: "London to Brighton Cycle Ride" medal!

#WishHero Support

  • Free #WishHero cycling jersey
  • Sponsor forms, fundraising materials and digital guides
  • Regular support emails
  • Dedicated member of the fundraising team to answer your questions
  • #WishHero reception at the Charity Village on race day
  • Wish stories to keep you motivated along the way

London to Brighton Cycle Ride 2018