We've got you covered for both online and offline fundraising. Download our tool to use online or print them out. Posters, trackers and information about where your money goes will help you reach your fundraising goal.
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Check out our JustGiving leaderboard for London to Brighton Bike Ride. Do you make our top 10 fundraisers?Check out our leaderboard
The quick & easy fundraiser
If you only do one thing to fundraise, make sure it's an edible one! Our yummy strawberry and chocolate beetroot cake is quick and easy for everyone. Perfect for a summer BBQ! Take a batch into work or share with friends. There's really no excuse with this easy win!
Get the recipe and get baking
Join the 700 club
If your supporters pledge £700 or more (excluding Gift Aid via your JustGiving page, you'll be eligible to join the 700 club.
Find out how to join the 700 club and you'll be entitled to one of our exclusive 2019 700 club cycling jerseys.Find out more
Jo & Keith's video
Keith had collapsed on the side of the road. He’d had a cardiac arrest. Jo, who was driving past, stopped her car and got out. If she hadn’t started CPR on Keith, this would be very different story. This year, Jo and her team are cycling the London to Brighton Bike Ride in memory of their dear friend Keith. Watch our video to view the full story.
Jo & Keith's video
Pay in your fundraising
Don't forget to pay in all your hard earned donations. There are various ways you can pay in the money you have worked hard to raise for London to Brighton Bike Ride.How to pay in your fundraising
Penny & Sean's fundraising tips
Penny & Sean, Pigeon and Seagull show you how easy it is to fundraise for us, as part of taking on London to Brighton Bike Ride. Watch their video and start your fundraising.
Watch their fundraising video
Whether you're at home, work or out and about, we've got fundraising ideas to help you reach your fundraising goal.
The story behind the feathers. Becky talks about why her and her husband Paul [the trusty steed, Sean the Seagull] are supporting London to Brighton Bike Ride.
Watch Becky's story
Help with your fundraising
Every donation, no matter the amount, helps to power our life saving research into heart and circulatory conditions. Here are three easy tips to help you get those donations rolling in.
Make your page personal
Share your story about why you're taking on London to Brighton Bike Ride. Fundraisers with a personalised page summaries raise £149 more than those who don't. So tell us why you're riding!
Share your page
Share your page on social and get your friends and family to share well. Fundraisers who shared their page and asked friends and family to share as well raised on average £502.
Raise more money - and have even more fun! - by doing London to Brighton as part of a team, so you can pool your fundraising efforts.