The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is urgently calling for volunteers to support their iconic London to Brighton Bike Ride.
The charity is looking for people to join them at the Brighton finish line on Sunday 18th June to help create memories participants will never forget.
Volunteers have always been a vital part of the BHF London to Brighton Bike Ride. Their generously donated time helps to ensure the smooth operation of this famous event. The BHF have a variety of volunteers roles available at the finish line such as handing out medals and assisting the 10,000 participants after their heroic 54-mile cycle.
The event now in its 46th year, is sponsored by PureGym. Riders of all abilities cycle take from city to the iconic Brighton seafront to help power the next breakthrough in BHF research and help those with heart and circulatory diseases – the world’s biggest killer.
Linda Fenn, Head of Volunteering at the British Heart Foundation, said: “We’re looking for amazing volunteers to join Team BHF and help make this year’s London to Brighton Bike ride unforgettable for our BHF cyclists.
“The London to Brighton Bike Ride is our oldest and most iconic fundraising event which we’ve been running for over 40 years. It is an incredible day filled with inspiring people and is a truly rewarding experience. But, without our volunteers, the event wouldn’t be half as special for the people taking part.
“Our supporters are essential in helping us raise funds and advance our science into new cures and treatments for heart and circulatory conditions. Without them, the important work that we do just wouldn’t be possible. By offering up your time to support, you’re enabling the BHF to fund ground-breaking research.
“So do something amazing and join us as part of Team BHF for this year’s London to Brighton Bike Ride.”