Tuesday, 17 June 2008

London to Brighton Bike Ride - Individual rider photos now available!

We hope that the aches and pains of all our London to Brighton Bike Ride 2008 participants are now easing away, and being replaced by lots of happy memories of the big day!

It certainly seems that way judging by the comments being posted to yesterday's entry.

We'd also like to let you know that individual photos of riders are now available to purchase from our event partner Action Photos.

There is a cost for the photos, but this is all detailed on the website. It will take a few days to get them all on there - so if you can’t find yourself please try again later as your photo may not be up there yet.

Just select 'United Kingdom' and 'London to Brighton Bike Ride 2008' from the drop downs, and then enter your official BHF race number to find whether your photo was taken at the event.

You can also take a look at 150 general shots from the day on our online photo gallery

Once again, if you took part in the Ride please let us know how you got on by posting a comment below. Thanks very much to everyone who took part, and we look forward to hearing from you!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

that was my first attempt at the L2B.

enjoyed every moment of it. a superbly organised event.

we had a team of 28 riders (Pitstone Peddlers) in green Tshirts and blue tinsel wigs, we recieved a big cheer at the finishline as we all crossed together which gave us all a big lift.

cant wait till next year to go again.

well done to all who took part.

Chris C-W
Leighton Buzzard

Dave Ramsey said...

This was my first year doing the L2B charity ride. I had a great time, and have already discussed with the team about entering next year, but bringing more people along too. Next year though we will book in for the earlier time of 6am and try and be some of the first off the line. I want to improve on our time of 4h30m, some of which we found could easily be taken off if we weren't stuck at London traffic lights in the first section.
Looking forward to taking part in other BHF cycling events throughout the year.

Grace said...

8 hours and 39 minutes . . it was painful! But looking back now it doesn't seem bad at all, even though it may take a while before I think about cycling anywhere again! The weather was great, and everyone along the way were so friendly (apart from the scooter in Tooting who wished we all had punctures...) Thanks to everyone who supported en route, marshalls, cake/apple givers etc. Maybe see you again next year!

Bob Nox said...

Great fun. I'm pleased to say that my daughter took part for the first time and rode the whole way - including Ditchling Beacon! Well done The Pals.