London to Brighton Cycle Ride

Join our Pso team to raise awareness of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis in this iconic 54 mile cycling event.

While 2020's event unfortunately had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, 2021's event is still very much going ahead! The date has been confirmed as Sunday 19th September 2021.

The London to Brighton Cycle ride is one of the country’s most iconic cycling events. Starting on Clapham Common in South London, cyclists join 4000 others on some of the UK’s most beautiful country lanes before finishing in the seaside town of Brighton.

Winding your way through Mitcham, picturesque Carshalton, Chipstead, Banstead and Haywards Heath, cyclists will take on the thigh-bursting climb to Ditchling Beacon – at the top of the South Downs before a thrilling downhill finish to the colourful and bustling Brighton seafront.

With free water stops along the way, all cyclists are also treated to a delicious buffet lunch at 30 miles in the picturesque village of Turners Hill where you can eat as much pasta and carrot cake as you can manage.

The fantastic challenge is suitable for solo riders, groups and all levels of riders, so sign up and join the Pso team today.

To register your interest in joining our team for 2021, please email us at mail@psoriasis-association.org.uk.

You can find out more about the London to Brighton Cycle ride on the official event website. 

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