Celebrate the 40th year of our legendary 54 mile bike ride. Leave the buzz of the city behind you and cycle through country lanes, descending into a triumphant finish by the sea to help fight heart disease.
Teenager James Crowe, aged just 14, completed the BHF's London to Brighton Bike Ride in June 2010. Congratulations to everyone who took part!
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
Help fund life saving research into heart and circulatory disease.
Rachel Stevens is joining in with our National Wear Red Day in February. How will you go red?
With thanks to:
Photographer – Diana Gomez
Makeup – Molly Portsmouth
Hair – Diana Moar
Spring Studios, Topshop, Temperley, Parker and Wish, Want, Wear.
Congratulations and thank you to everyone who took part in our London to Brighton Bike Ride on Sunday 19 June 2011.
A phenomenal 28,000 cyclists turned out in force to cycle our iconic 54 mile route at this year's event.
We hope to raise an incredible £3.7million for our vital work, and it's only with your support that we are able to help beat heart disease.
Our research is powered by your support. Join the fight for every heartbeat.
This advert shows how much our BHF funded researchers hate heart failure, but through life-saving research funded by our Mending Broken Hearts Appeal, we're fighting back to find a cure.
The more the BHF can raise, the quicker we can mend broken hearts.
We are determined to bring hope to the millions of people worldwide who currently suffer from the debilitating effects of severe heart failure.
People like Richard. You can watch his inspirational story here