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  • London to Brighton Cycle Ride: See the best of the South on this vibrant, 54 mile challenge

    The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is a challenge not to be missed. Ride this 54 mile route, from the buzz of the capital to the vibrancy of Brighton, whilst raising vital funds for brain tumour support in the South.


    Starting from Clapham Common in South London, then travelling through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath and finally Brighton, this 54 miles ride promises to be unforgettable. 

    The distance might seem daunting, but with a little bit of training beforehand, we know you can do it.


    Why ride with team brainstrust?

    “brainstrust has been a shining light in my dark days. Just knowing someone is there is real comfort… It’s great to just know other people truly understand how hard it is sometimes” 

    Your participation in the cycle ride will be vital in helping us support more people in the UK who so desperately need our support. The funds you raise will go towards building resources for these people, which will help them feel less alone, less afraid and more in control in the face of a terrifying brain tumour diagnosis.


    Entry for the race is free, we just ask that you raise £200 in sponsorship so that we can help more people living with and beyond a terrifying brain tumour diagnosis.

    We'll send you a fundraising pack and a team brainstrust shirt to wear on the day, as well as support you with your training beforehand. 

    To register just contact

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