Distances in this event
- Bike 74mi
From the organizer
Take on our popular London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride, and see if you can conquer Europe's biggest charity mountain bike event.
Join the Heart Riders team this September for an exhilarating 74 mile challenge along varied terrain. Your physical endurance levels will be put to the test - but it's worth every bead of sweat.
Found on the bucket list of many a mountain bike enthusiast, this unique event packs all the best bits of off-road riding together into one jam-packed amazingly varied route that will provide you with a muddy adventure you'll never forget. From steep forest inclines to tricky technical descents, rocky paths to adrenaline pumping single tracks - we've got it all.
The variation means there's something on offer for cyclists of all abilities. There's plenty of technical sections to delight the off-road professional - but at 75 miles, the event also presents an achievable challenge to those new to the sport, especially with the help of our training advice and support.
Most importantly of all, by taking part in this challenge you'll be supporting and raising money for our life saving research. So what are you waiting for? Get your place now!
BHF London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride weather forecast
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
BHF London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride reviews
5 out of 5 stars
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Questions & answers
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- Hi can you use an ebikeHi there. Thanks for getting in touch. The British Heart Foundation is pleased to confirm, following a detailed review process, the use of specific electric cycles will be permitted at London to Brighton Bike Ride and all other British Heart Foundation organised bike rides. In order for an electric cycle to be permitted, the cycle must meet the following criteria: 1) The cycle must be fitted with pedals that are capable of propelling it 2) The electric motor must not exceed 250 Watts 3) The electrical assistance must cut off when the cycle reaches 15.5mph! :)