Following their success last year, Team BHF is back for 2019. Check out their advice, follow their fundraising and help them smash their targets!
Find out what Team BHF are up to
How your money helps
The money you raise is vital in funding our life saving research into heart and circulatory diseases. Together, we ride. Together, we will beat heartbreak forever.
See what your generosity can achieve
Harry was just 17 when he suffered a stroke and discovered he had a hole in his heart. Now, he's taking on London to Brighton Bike Ride to help raise money for heart and circulatory diseases like the ones he suffers from.
Three reasons to ride
Not sure about taking on our challenge to ride from city to coast? Here are three great reasons to get involved.
For the memories
Whether you're doing it alone and making new friends on the way, or bonding with teammates as you pass the finish line. June 16 will be a day to remember.
For the challenge
Cycling 54 miles is no mean feat! Take on a new hobby and prove to yourself that you're capable of something amazing by completing this challenge.
For the cause
Every donation you raise, no matter the amount, helps to power our life saving research into heart and circulatory diseases.
Aaron's top tips
Aaron will be taking on his 10th London to Brighton Bike Ride this year. Have a read of his top tips on how to make the most of the day.
Read Aaron's tips
Why should you start cycling?
Taking up a new hobby, making new friends and getting fitter are just a few of the reasons to get into riding.
Explore the benefits
No excuses for teammates
We’ve prepared answers for three excuses that may come your way when you're assembling your team - so you can get them riding by your side.
Prepare your team