With around 4000 people taking on the 55-mile cycle challenge each year, the London Legal Support Trust are delighted to offer the chance to cycle for justice in 2020 for the event’s 11th year. Access to legal advice services should be equally available to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay, and the money raised by our keen cyclists will go a long way to support the role of the Trust in funding pro bono work throughout London and the South East.
The ride is challenging but achievable, so whilst you don’t have to be a professional cyclist it would be a good idea to get your wheels out on the road beforehand. The route will be fully signposted, with plenty of water stops and a free buffet lunch to partner the glorious scenery of the South East. There is no better way to have a ‘wheelie’ good time whilst also supporting the most vulnerable people in society.
When: Sunday 19th September 2021
Where: The cycle ride begins at Clapham Common South side. After leaving London the route predominantly follows quiet country lanes, before heading towards Ditchling Beacon and a mile-long climb of the South Downs, with the beautiful Brighton Seafront marking the finish line.
Entry: Each place has a registration fee of £30. We ask each cyclist to commit to a minimum fundraising target of £250.