Thames Bridges Bike Ride

3 Routes, 2 Wheels, 1 Cause

On Sunday 12 May next year, over 2,000 cyclists will participate in the Stroke Association’s 2013 Thames Bridges Bike Ride. The now famous bike ride has three different routes for 2013, all of them crossing London bridges to raise money for the Stroke Association.

Starting in central London and travelling across some of the city's most beautiful bridges, the Thames Bridges Bike Ride is a fantastic way to see London from a different perspective. There are 3 routes to choose from – the 8 mile family friendly, the 33 mile standard and 50 mile extended route which all end in Hurst Park, near Hampton Court, so there’s something for everyone!

The routes take you over some of London's most iconic and well known bridges, including Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Southwark Bridge, Waterloo Bridge and Hampton Court Bridge.

All for a good cause

All the sponsorship money raised will go towards helping to prevent strokes, and support the 250,000 people in the UK who are living with the effects of a stroke, through services, research and campaigns, so you know all the hard work on the day will be worth it.

Party at the Finish!

After you finish your cycle along the banks and bridges of the Thames, there'll be plenty of live entertainment in Hurst Park – including live music, caterers and a beer tent for you to enjoy will all your friends, family and other cyclists. 

How to register

Register now to guarantee your place – don’t miss out on this fantastic event. To register simply visit or contact us via email at for more information. 

The Thames Bridges Bike Ride takes place on Sunday 12 May 2013. Registration fees are £16.00 - £30.00 for adults and £8.00 - £12.00 for the under 16s. For more information on how to enter, click on the link below.

All other information

  • Start times: every half hour from 8.00am to 11.30am. NB Cyclists taking part in the extended route are restricted to start times between 8.00am to10.00am
  • Minimum ages: family route (no min), standard route (10), extended route (16)
  • All cyclists under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Start postcode: SE16 2ES
  • Website link

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