Whether you’re a frequent, enthusiastic cyclist or yet to test that theory about never forgetting how to ride a bike, a cycling event is an incredible way to support Little Hearts Matter. You can pedal along iconic routes and through beautiful scenery while raising essential funds to help us support the families who need us.
LHM Charity Places
Ride for LHM and we will:
- Provide you with your own LHM cycling vest
- Assist you with your training
- Help you smash your fundraising target with LHM fundraising resources and advice
Ride 100 2017
An incredible 100 mile cycle ride following the famous route from the London 2012 Olympics!
LHM has charity places in this cycle and we would love you to join our team. Follow the link on the right to find out more or apply for your place.
Paris to Geneva Cycle 2017
See the finale of the Tour de France in the heart of Paris before setting off on the challenge the next day! This fantastic yet tough ride will see you leave Paris and spend 4 days in the saddle, riding across stunning French countryside, through medieval towns, and crossing through the famous vineyard regions of Burgandy and Champagne. You then pass through the charming Roman Spa town of Lons-le-Saunier, which marks the start of the epic finish to this challenge – conquering the Juras Mountains! Finally, you can celebrate your incredible achievements with a fantastic finish on the shores of Lake Geneva.
For more information or to sign up, follow the link to the right. Be sure to let us know you’re taking part so we can cheer you on through your training and support you with your fundraising!
Choose your own event
If you can’t see a cycle you like, or want to take part in an event local to you, you can still fundraise for LHM! Choose your preferred cycling event, apply for your place directly with the organisers and then let us know so we can cheer you on through your training and support your fundraising.
If you’ve got any questions or just want to have a chat about cycling for LHM, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 0121 455 8982 or email [email protected].