As a road safety charity, Brake is passionate about drivers taking more care to protect cyclists, so we’re the perfect charity to support by doing a sponsored bike ride.
Brake are a Charity of the Year on the
London to Brighton Cycle Ride on Sunday 16th September 2018
You will start the challenge in South London, travel through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath and finally to Brighton having completed 54 miles!
No previous experience is required however preparation for this event is highly recommended, and with a bit of training completing this event should easily be within your capabilities. The spirit of the event is 'taking part' not 'winning' so you go as fast or as slow as you like!
To sign up, with Do It For Charity, there is a £50 Registration Fee and then we ask that you raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship. Email email@example.com to find out more.
We also have places on the London to Paris Cycle 2019:
The perfect cycle for any Tour de France follower!
Brake is looking for 10 keen cyclists to take part in a fabulous fundraising cycle, from London to Paris.
Day 1: London to Calais (95 miles)
Day 2: Calais to Aras (75 miles)
Day 3: Aras to Beauvais (70 miles)
Day 4: Beauvais to Paris (60 miles)
Day 5: A day in Paris to watch the Tour de France finale
What’s included?: All accommodation, travel by ferry and Eurostar, all meals during cycling days, water, refreshments, guides, mechanics and medical support.
What’s the cost?: A £125 registration fee to secure your place and we ask that you raise £1,650 in sponsorship.
Want to bike for Brake? Call Lisa on 01484 683294 or complete a short online form to find out more.
Brake fundraiser Mike Stockton, who is senior asset control manager at Royal Mail and fleet safety specialist, says: "Road safety is a big part of my day to day life due to the nature of my role at work and from the first time I met the team at Brake I was impressed by their work and enthusiasm. When I thought of undertaking the London to Paris Bike Ride, Brake were my first choice to fundraise for. It was a great motivator during the long days in the saddle knowing that money I raised was going to such a great charity. The importance of the work they do was brought to life when one of the cyclists in our group was in a collision with a car on the first day and had to be airlifted to hospital."