Following the success of Sea Change 2019, the 63-mile cycle from London to Brighton is set to return for 9th October 2020. As many as 150 riders from UK media, tech, marketing and advertising businesses will come together with the aim of raising £35,000 for industry charity NABS.
As with last year, the event is being funded through sponsorship. Which means every penny you pledge will go directly to creating better mental health and wellbeing for people working in the sector.
You can enter as an individual or as a corporate team – so rally the troops and get in touch!
Led by a support team, this is a cycling experience not to be missed. It is open to people of all cycling abilities, although training is recommended.
The iconic route will begin in South London before taking in the beautiful Surrey and Sussex countryside and finally embarking on Brighton’s iconic beachfront.
Once in Brighton, you’ll celebrate a successful day’s cycling at an exclusive after-party, complete with music, food and a free bar.
It was a big challenge so I felt I achieved something significant, it was brilliantly organised and loads of fun. I really loved the camaraderie that we got from cycling in a small group. The scenery wasn’t bad either!
NABS Fundraising Director
I felt really proud to have completed such a difficult challenge (in the pouring rain!) and thoroughly enjoyed taking it on with a lovely team of people around me. I also was very pleased to be doing it in aid of a great charity, and with people from my industry!
Take advantage of our early bird offer for £250 per person! Early bird expires at the end of December. when entries will cost £275.
If you’d like any more info please get in touch with us at email@example.com
Everyone is welcome! The cycle is open to people of all cycling abilities - from first-time road cyclists to experienced riders. The support team will be on hand to ensure a safe and enjoyable journey for everyone.
Whilst feedback for the 2019 event was very positive we can always make the event bigger and better!
The biggest change will be grouping by ability with stronger cyclists starting later with an aim for participants to finish in Brighton closer together.
We have also had requests for super keen cyclists to ride from London to Brighton to London in one day so will look to accommodate that with an earlier start.