Joining our team is easy. Whether you got lucky in the ballot, or need to purchase a place in the ride through us, there are just three simple steps to sign up as a fully-fledged BHF rider:
- Sign up for a BHF Charity Place - or if you got a place in the ballot, sign up as an Own Place rider.
- Set up your Virgin Money Giving page and check out our top tips to hit your fundraising target.
- Take advantage of our bespoke training support, tips and tricks to make sure you're ride ready.
Need a hand meeting your fundraising pledge? We've got tips and tricks to help you raise more for testing and research into inherited heart conditions.
After a tragic death in the family, Jan Barton-Wolfe discovered she had familial hypercholesterolemia - an inherited condition that puts people at high risk of a heart attack at a young age. She took part in Prudential RideLondon 2018, riding 100 miles to raise awareness of heart health and raising funds for the BHF.
Phil Baxter died of a heart attack in 2013, caused by an undiagnosed inherited heart condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. In 2017, his brother Steve took part in the Prudential RideLondon bike ride in Phil's memory, and raised money for the BHF.
George was told he had a problem with his aortic valve and had two years to live. He was 32. After open heart surgery, he began the long road to recovery. Several years after his diagnosis, George is looking forward to taking part in Ride London 2019 with thousands of other cyclists.Read more about George