Take On The Challenge With The British Heart Foundation's London To Reading Bike Ride

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Make 2018 the year you make a resolution you CAN keep and pledge to raise cash for the British Heart Foundation at their London to Reading Bike Ride on Saturday 24th March 2018. 

Set yourself a fitness challenge with a difference this New Year. Dust off the bike and take your place on the start line of this, friendly & inspirational day out.  

The event is ideal for those who haven’t taken part in many cycling events before. The largely flat route and quiet roads make the challenge an achievable one whilst the beautiful views and amazing atmosphere will allow you to see for yourself just how much fun can be had on two wheels.

On top of that, you’ll be supported the whole way. A fully signed & marshalled route, first aid & mechanical support, refreshment stops and the support of an experienced BHF team mean that all you had to do is sit back, pedal and take it all in! 

Setting off from the outskirts of London, you'll cycle through picturesque villages and spring countryside as you head for the euphoria of crossing the finish line in the bustling town of Reading. 


London to Reading Charity Bike Ride
Saturday 24th March 2018, Book your place now
£15 Early Bird | Normal £20 per person
Under 16s £7.50 Early Bird | Normal £10

Children must be over the age of 14 to take part in this event. Cyclists aged 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Sign up before 31 January and take advantage of an exclusive early bird discount. 

And remember, it's not a race, it's about taking part and conquering a challenge to help fund life saving research into heart disease.

By taking part in the bike ride, you will be helping the British Heart Foundation lead the fight against heart and circulatory diseases - which is the cause of more than a quarter of all deaths in the UK today.

It's only through research that the British Heart Foundation can achieve its vision of a world where people do not die prematurely or suffer from heart disease.

Support The British Heart Foundation
and join the fight against heart disease

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