33 miles, 14 Bridges and one BIG challenge

On 22 May, over 2,000 cyclists will cycle over 30 miles and cross fourteen of London’s most famous bridges to raise funds and awareness for the 150,000 people living with stroke in the UK. You can secure your place by registering at www.stroke.org.uk/thamesbridges.

Starting at Southwark Park, the route travels through the historic city of London and along the picturesque towpaths of the River Thames. Cyclists cross 14 of London’s most famous bridges, including Tower Bridge, and pass some of the city’s great tourist attractions on route. Participants can also enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Battersea Park and Richmond Park (home to 650 free-roaming deer!) before ending on a high note in Hurst Park near Hampton Court.

After the hard work, participants, friends and family are invited to celebrate in Hurst Park, where a band and entertainment will be provided. There is 10% off the entry fee for all Cycle Lifestyle readers: simply enter TBBR-11 when booking. One place is free in teams of seven or more.

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