London Bikeathon

Sunday, 3 September, 2017 08:00AM
Collage of events and runners at the london bikeathon

Cycle your city!

We’re gearing up for our best Bikeathon yet! This year we'll be celebrating our 21st London Bikeathon and we’d love you to join us for a fun day of cycling and entertainment. It’s a fantastic way to challenge yourself and have a great time whilst making a huge difference to the lives of blood cancer patients.

Check out the photos from 2016 in our Facebook gallery

You don’t need to be a pro to take part so bring the family along for a great day out. With two routes to choose from – 26 and 50 miles – you can enjoy London’s most stunning sights at your own pace. The 50 mile route continues on to the leafy vantage point of Richmond Park, with its amazing views of the capital's iconic skyline.

Not only will you earn your very own Bloodwise cycling medal but every penny you raise will help get us closer to our goal of beating blood cancer.

Routes

There are two routes for you to choose from – both of which begin and end in Southwark Park. The 26 mile route takes in London’s stunning landmarks in the city centre – and the 50 mile route continues on to the leafy greens of Richmond Park in the west of the capital. 

See the 26 mile route

See the 50 mile route

When does entry close?

Online entry closes at midnight on Wednesday 30 August, but you can still sign up on the day. Registration will be open from 7am.

Don't forget, your entry fee only covers the cost of putting on the event. That's why we ask you to raise as much money as you can – every penny raised makes a huge difference to the lives of blood cancer patients.

Download the London BIkeathon frequently asked questions

Cycle

London Bikeathon

Sunday, 3 September, 2017 - 08:00
Southwark Park