Thames Bridges Bike Ride

Thames Bridges Bike Ride cyclists

2015 Event Complete! Here's what happened:

This year's event took place on Sunday 10 May 2015 with three routes:

  • 50 mile extended
  • 34 mile classic 
  • 8 mile family route.

We had just under 2000 participants take part in the day, and we're hoping to raise £200,000!
We changed the family route, making it a circular route starting and finishing in Hurst Park. The meant more time to enjoy the range of activities and stalls on the day!
We also had an option to hire a bike for the day (charges apply).

Interested in 2016?

We are now taking interest submissions for the event next year, likely to be mid-May 2016 (TBC).
Please click 'register your interest now' to  add your interest, and be notified once entries are open.

About the event

The Thames Bridges Bike Ride was originally set up by the son of a stroke survivor and his friends who wanted to raise money for the Stroke Association. Now in its 22nd year, the ride sees nearly 3000 families, friends and keen cyclists from across the country take to their bikes to raise much needed funds to support stroke survivors.

“The Thames Bridges Bike Ride is a fantastic family event, I had a stroke in 2009 and I strongly felt the need to 'give back' to a worthwhile organisation which helps people less fortunate than me, especially as stroke remains the leading cause of adult disability in the UK. The bike ride is a chance to raise money whilst having a good time”
William Enness

Contact us

If you have any questions please call 020 7940 1359 or email events@stroke.org.uk
You can also download our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about the event.