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LA fitness Capital to Coast

From London to Brighton on a bike - you know it makes sense!

The LA fitness Capital to Coast London to Brighton bike ride follows the classic route made famous by the world’s longest running and greatest motoring celebration, the Veteran Car Run; inspiration for the classic 1953 film Genevieve.

Join us on this historic route down to the coast, on which you will be cycling to raise vital funds to help sick and disabled babies and children.

Starting from iconic landmark the London Eye or Kempton Park Racecourse, choose from three great routes down to the coast. There will be plenty of free refreshments and mechanical support on route as you cycle along some of the South’s most glorious country roads. Arrive in Brighton to a roar of acomplishment before heading off to celebrate with a well-deserved plate of fish and chips!

There is also a 60 mile circular option starting and finishing on the Kings Lawns in Hove.

Come and join this amazing ride in 2014 and show support by raising vital funds for my favourite charity Action Medical Research.”
Phil Spencer 


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Craniosynostosis

Finley was born with Apert syndrome – a rare condition that causes a range of health problems including craniosynostosis which affects the skull.

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