It is a fifty-four miles from London to Brighton. The trip is tiring enough by car, so do you think you are up to the challenge of cycling all the way? Surprisingly, despite the fact that riding a bike uses up a lot more energy than driving, it can be less tiring. The fresh air keeps you wide awake, the blood pumping through your veins boosts your adrenaline, and it is a whole lot more stimulating.
If you have the stamina and pedal power to make the trip, then why not register with the British Heart Foundation for the London to Brighton Bike Ride 2014?
For a £35 registration fee you can do something amazing: save a life. The money you raise will go towards research in fighting heart disease and care of patients. Not only will you help improve the lives of others, but increase your own fitness too.
Anyone age 14 or over can take part, and if you want to keep yourself motivated, why don't you and your friends join as a team? Everyone who participates will receive a medal and certificate. To help prepare for the event, you will also be given a welcome pack, extensive training guidance, fundraising, medical, and mechanical support.
The starting line is at Clapham Common, and you will finish at Madeira Drive, in front of Brighton's coastline.