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Feature: Get on your bike for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust

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Fancy a challenge this autumn? Get on your bike and sign up for the London to Brighton Cycle in aid of Terrence Higgins Trust.

Whether you are a cycling novice or consider yourself to be a bit of pro, the London to Brighton Cycle is the perfect challenge. Taking place on 8 September with over 2,000 participants, this incredible 54-mile journey will lead you from the heart of London through to the gorgeous Brighton seafront. Desperate to throw on your Lycra? Why not join HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust’s team for the event? Not only will you enjoy an iconic ride, you will also be making a real difference for people living with HIV in the UK.

Rob, who saddled up for the charity last year, said: “I had such an amazing experience and would recommend it to anyone. The race day was great fun, with lots of beautiful scenery and fantastic celebrations at the finish line! I loved seeing other Terrence Higgins Trust cyclists on the day and giving each other a big wave or pat on the back – it was great to feel part of a supportive team.

“I reckon that with a little bit of training there’s no reason why anybody couldn’t complete the course. Knowing that all the funds would help to raise awareness and support people with HIV only added to what was a great experience.”

Anyone can sign up today. To secure a place in Terrence Higgins Trust’s team, participants are asked to pay a £35 registration fee and pledge to raise £100 for the charity. For further information and to secure your place, pleae click here!

The Terrence Higgins Trust is promoting the London to Brighton Cycle with PinkNews. If you are taking part, please email [email protected] to share with us your fundraising stories.

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