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.

Upcoming bond place events:

  • Ride London 2019 – 4th August 2019
  • London to Brighton – 15th September 2019

Please click here for more information on Ride London and London to Brighton cycle.

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

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.

Questions?

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].

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    If you are booking your summer holiday you might like to look at our Travel and Trips booklet to help with your planning. It is full of tips and ideas for how you can make sure you have a great time but also keep your heart warrior safe. www.lhm.org.uk/information/lifestyle-information/travel-and-trips/ ... See MoreSee Less

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    Children with half a working heart catch colds and coughs just like other children of the same age but of course when you already have a reduced energy level and less oxygen travelling around your body it can knock the children for six. Parents may notice that their child is a bit more cyanosed, a bit bluer, and that they may be a bit more breathless than normal. Keep the children well wrapped up and snug and warm, give them Calpol if their temperature is high, keep the fluids going, small amounts of nourishing food every couple of hours and lots of opportunity to sleep will all help a child recover. HOWEVER, if they have a high temperature for a couple of days or their breathlessness or colour becomes worse take them to the GP for a check-up. If the infection is Viral there will be no point in antibiotics but if the GP thinks antibiotics will help they will be prescribed. If you are worried at all always get your child checked by a doctor. ... See MoreSee Less

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