Teenager James Crowe, aged just 14, completed the BHF's London to Brighton Bike Ride in June 2010. Congratulations to everyone who took part!
A BBC News report from the start of this year's 54-mile British Heart Foundation London to Brighton Bike Ride on Sunday 15 June.
For this year's London to Brighton Bike Ride supported by Santander, we asked you to send us video clips of yourself and your team mates during the ride.
Together with some clips we shot at the start and finish, we've made this film – A Million Miles in the Saddle. We hope you like it!
An extra big thank you to our film's star director/cyclists! The Knight Riders, Sara Dein & Jennifer Pear, Clio Barto, Thomas, Aidan, Joe, Harmeet Virdee, Mark Payne and the Santander team, Tony Galbraith and Neil Kelsey.
To find out more about our charity bike rides and how they raise vital funds to beat heart disease visit
We raised loads of lifesaving money in our fight for every heartbeat at this years event.
All your pedal power all the way from London to Brighton, and over Ditchling Beacon, has really helped us raise vital funds.
Our work isn't done though. We need you to continue the fight.
There are many events and fundraising opportunities available.
For all out cycling related events please visit
ITV London Tonight news report on the British Heart Foundation's 2008 London to Brighton Bike Ride.
For years, we’ve endured heartbreak, injustice, disbelief and devastation. But unlike the England team, we’ve managed some big wins over the last 50 years, thanks to our world-class research.
And with you on our side, we will end the hurt of heart disease – for good.