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Cystic Fibrosis Trust

London to Brighton Cycle


19th September 2021



Cost of Entry


Fundraising target

No minimum

Join Team CF for this fantastic and fun cycling event! 

If you have never taken part in a cycling event before, this could be the next challenge for you!

Charity place

Charity places are currently sold out, let us know if you want to register your interest for 2021.

Got your own place?

You can still join Team CF! Just let us know and we'll send you everything you need.

Race day information

The Do it for Charity London to Brighton Cycle Event is a mass-participation cycle ride covering the 54 miles from Clapham Common in London to Madeira Drive on Brighton Sea Front. Setting off in waves between 6:30am and 9am, the spirit of the event is taking part, not winning, so you can cover the distance at your own speed. No previous experience is required, however, preparation for this event is highly recommended.

Over 4,000 riders are expected to take part, and this year we are aiming to have 50 riders for the Trust!

How we'll support you:

  • Team CF cycling jersey in your size - to wear in your training and on the big day! 
  • Fundraising pack and ideas
  • Exclusive Training Hub
  • Team e-newsletters

Will your family and friends be cheering you on? Let us know and we'll send banners and balloons to help them really stand out on the sidelines!

Order a Cheer Pack

I feel hugely proud of myself. It is not easy when you are battling a health condition to keep the balance right and ensure you don't push yourself too hard, it takes determination to succeed.

Everyone's welcome to join Team CF and every effort counts, for more information on what being part of Team CF means and the support you'll get click here

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