London to Brighton bike ride 2010

  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo
  • The Argus: The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am.
Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm.
Organisers hope the ride will raise mo

The fastest cyclists in this year’s London to Brighton bike ride crossed the finishing line in Madeira Drive, Brighton, at 9am. Backmarkers and late starters from Clapham Common were still trickling in after 6pm. Organisers hope the ride will raise more than £4.5 million for the British Heart Foundation. Morgan Lewis, a member of the Brighton Mitre Cycling Club, enjoyed a Father’s Day with a difference as he rode alongside his 14-year-old son Jack. The 44-year-old from Brighton said: “There’s no competitive edge between us. It’s just a nice thing to do on Father’s Day. “After my family, cycling is the biggest love of my life but Jack hasn’t inherited that. He just wanted to see if he could do it.” Heather Mayall, 56, from Hove, who has taken part in the ride for the past six years in a row, cycled from the capital with her friend Nigel Spencer, 43, from Brighton. She said: “There’s a history of heart disease that runs through my family so it’s great to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. I’ve been doing a 50-mile ride every weekend in preparation.” Road closures led to traffic snarl-ups in the city centre. The ride was first held in 1976 when it featured 30 riders.

London to Brighton bike ride 2010

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