About the event
Join our biggest team ever for the iconic BHF London to Brighton ride on 16 June 2024. Tune up those legs, pack your sunglasses and get ready for a ride like no other!
Your challenge will begin bright and early starting in south London. You'll then travel through Mitcham, Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead, Haywards Heath and finally to Brighton having completed 54 miles! The spirit of the event is 'taking part not winning,' so with a bit of training, completing the route should easily be within your reach.
Are you ready to start Riding for Rethink Mental Illness in BHF London to Brighton Cycle in 2023?
Date: Sunday 16 June 2024
Location: Clapham Common, London
Target: £300 recommended target
How we'll support you
- Free Rethink Mental Illness cycle jersey
- Tips and advice on your ride
- Support on your fundraising journey
Who are Rethink Mental Illness?
We’re Rethink Mental Illness and we’re on a mission to bring about meaningful change, through our services, groups and groundbreaking campaigns. We know, from our vast experience, that people severely affected by mental illness can have a good quality of life. With your support, we will make that possible.
How will your money support us?
We know that people with experience of mental illness can have a good quality of life, and we work tirelessly to make that a reality with the expert advice we provide, along with our local support groups and services.
By cycling for us, you will help transform the lives of everyone severely affected by mental illness. Once you've signed up, we will send you a Rethink Mental Illness cycling vest and be on hand with any tips and advice you need for training and fundraising.
Every penny you raise for us will help empower those severely affected by mental illness. Through our network of support groups, services and helplines, last year, we reached:
You can find out more about our work by visiting our vision and impact page.
More to explore
Our vision is for equality, rights, the fair treatment and maximum quality of life for all those affected by mental illness, their carers, family and friends.
Read more Our vision