The London to Brighton Bike Ride

*20th anniversary*
*New routes*
*New distances*
*All ages, all abilities*
*Free refreshments*
*Open roads*
*Secure parking*
*Mechanical support*

*Reserve the date*

Thank you to all our riders who took part in our twentieth Capital to Coast ride.

Thank you to Sussex Sport Photography for taking the official pictures on the day.

Sussex photo
Check them out here.

The London to Brighton bike ride is organised by Norwood, a leading charity supporting children with special education needs, people with learning disabilities and vulnerable families at home, at school and throughout their lives.

Norwood Chatity

We are very thankful to LA fitness who are our headline sponsor for the fourth year running!

The Capital to Coast charities would like to thank all at the Rusper Car Boot Sale for agreeing to cancel their event to accommodate our riders on June 28th. Your very kind support is much appreciated.

Whether you’re a first-timer or a veteran, there’s never been a better time to take part in Capital to Coast’s 2015 London to Brighton bike ride challenge and support some great charities.

Enjoy an unforgettable day out and help support a good cause.

London to Brighton bike ride at the London Eye

Choice of routes, starting from the world-famous Coca-Cola London Eye.

  • London to Brighton – 100 miles
  • London to Brighton – 80 miles
  • London to Brighton – 60 miles
  • 60-mile Brighton loop
  • 40-mile Brighton loop

To celebrate the bike ride’s 20th anniversary, take your place in the heart of the action. Join over 1,500 riders cycling through iconic cityscape and glorious countryside.

London – Surrey – Sussex – Brighton.

Join us for our brand new 40-mile Family Friendly Brighton loop. A beautiful route along Brighton’s sparkling seafront, white cliffs then heading into the Ouse Valley. Ride the South Downs before heading for the finishing line, past Devil’s Dyke and stunning coastal views.

Or take on our 60-mile Brighton loop route, starting at King’s Lawns, heading east taking in the white chalk cliffs, rolling downland landscape, and then a taste of the Low Weald, before circling back to the start, via Devil’s Dyke, where your medal awaits along with cheering spectators, our DJ, photographers – and refreshments for sale.

Brighton to Brighton bike ride loop

We ask that every cyclist guarantees to raise a minimum of £200. (£100 for under 17s)

Have a great time for a good cause.

“The best ride of my life! I can’t wait to do it again!”

31 year-old Stevie from Romford


The LA fitness Capital to Coast Cycle Ride for Charity