London to Milton
Saturday 10 October 2015
registration is now open. Places are limited so sign up now!
A fantastic road ride for the end of the season!
Join us for our London to Milton Keynes
bike ride - 55 miles of fantastic riding from London
to the heart of Milton Keynes.
Our interesting route takes you from the famous Lee Valley
via country lanes and quiet roads on to the finish at the Willen
Lake Mini Bowl. Sign up for this, our last big on road ride of
2015 and help us fight heart disease.
| Location and
transport | On the
day | Fundraising
| Training | Equipment | Spectators
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London to Milton Keynes event information
Join hundreds of others on our rapidly growing end of season
bike ride. Take on the 55 miles from London's urban
fringe into the countryside, through the Dunsatble Downs and
onto the finish in Milton Keynes. It's your chance to ride all over
heart disease and help power our life saving research.
Registration and fees
Online registration is now open
Sign up today!
||Child (14+ only)
Note that children must be at least 14 years old to take part
and must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Take part as a team
Online registration - Each team member can
register and pay individually online using the links above, making
sure to record the Team name and Team
leader's name where requested.
Pay for your whole team - Online registration
is quick and easy, but if you'd like to register and pay
collectively, you can download this registration
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Your entry fee covers the cost of running the event; it’s your
sponsorship money that will help save lives.
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Your London to Milton Keynes Bike Ride entry
Downloadable route map
- A medal for all finishers
- Medical support
- Full route signage
- Mechanical support
- Extensive training guidance
- Fundraising support
- Water available en route and at the start and finish
- Thank you certificate with your fundraising total
Start location: Lee Valley Athletics Centre, Lee Valley
Leisure Complex, 61 Meridian Way, Picketts Lock, London, N9
How to get to the start
By bus: the nearest bus stop
is on the complex. Bus No W8 from Edmonton Green Station.
By train: the nearest train
stations are Ponders End and Edmonton Green via a direct link to
By tube: the nearest tube
station is Tottenham Hale on the Victoria Line.
By bike: Sustrans Route 1,
A1055 Cycle Path and Lee Valley Pathway
By car: leave the M25 at
junction 25 and follow the A10 to the traffic lights and turn left,
follow straight ahead for approximately 6 miles along the A1055
(Meridian Way). The complex is on the left hand side which
comprises the Lee Valley Campsite, Lee Valley Athletics Centre and
the Odeon Cinema. If you're coming from the A406 (North Circular
Road) make sure you take the exit slip road at the Kenning Hall
Interchange onto A1055 to Brimsdown.
Finish location:Willen Lake Mini Bowl which adjancent to the
Wakeboarding Centre MK15 0DS
Milton Keynes Central Station 2.7 miles away, Fenny Stratford
Station 1.4 miles away from the finish location.
On the day
||Saturday 10 October 2015
||6.30am - 8.45am
||Throughout the morning
||7.00 am - 8.45am
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The money you raise funds research
that saves lives. In 1961 the number of children
born with a heart defect who survived to their first birthday was
around only 20 per cent. Today that figure is 80 per cent, thanks
to procedures such as valve replacement that help them lead
For all our success, there's a lot still to be done. Coronary
heart disease is still the UK's single biggest killer. Surgery
techniques can still be improved. And there are exciting
developments in genetics and stem cell technology.
Your entry fee covers the cost of organising
the event; so join the fight for every heartbeat by raising funds.
Your fundraising will help us continue funding research to ensure
hearts keep beating.
Where your money goes
Visit our fundraising section for some great
Set up your online sponsorship page today
Equipment and what to
Please see the
kit list for recommended equipment. As you may be starting
and/or finishing in the dark please ensure you have lights on
your bike. Remember to rock up in red to show your
support for the fight against heart disease. And don't forget to
wear a helmet.
Shop for cycling gear
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For expert tips, training schedules and advice, visit the training zone. Remember the golden
rules of exercise: start gently, build up gradually and do it
regularly. Make sure you set achievable goals, which help you to
monitor your fitness and boost your confidence when you achieve
them. Always wear appropriate gear, and if you have any medical
condition or health concerns that may affect you on the day, speak
to your doctor about it prior to the event.
tips and advice
Keeping you safe
• The event is fully supported by First Aid, marshals and the
route is fully signed. Support vehicles are also available to
collect you and your bike from any checkpoint should you find you
are unable to complete the challenge and wish to retire from the
• Mechanics are supporting the event but given the length of the
route they may take some time to reach you. Please ensure you have
the knowledge and equipment to fix any punctures and basic bike
Spectators are very welcome to attend this event, but we advise
that you don't bring pets. .
The finish location at the Willen Lake Mini Bowl is a
wonderful place to take the family for a day out whilst you watch
your familiy and friends take part our brilliant new on road bike
If you'd like to volunteer at this event,
check out the opportunities available and register your
For general event enquiries, please check the frequently asked questions
section. If you have
any further questions, please call the events team Mon – Fri, 9am -
5pm on 0845 130 8663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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