Whether you see yourself as the new Sir Chris Hoy or have just about learned how not to fall off the bike, set yourself an exciting challenge with our cycling events.

Here at the Mental Health Foundation, we work towards creating a mentally healthier future for everyone. We can only do this with passionate fundraisers like you taking on a new challenge

It is well-known that exercise, like cycling, has countless positive impacts to your mental health and wellbeing. Exercise even helps play a part in preventing the development of mental health problems. Many people especially enjoy cycling as a way of combining exercise with nature, as it gets you up and out of the house and surrounded by gorgeous views and fresh air.

Below is a list of our active cycling events for you to explore. Take a look at what’s coming up in our charity events calendar.

Group of cyclists on the Lands End to John O Groats Cycle

Land's End to John o' Groats Cycle

This 13-day, 1000-mile cycle ride takes you from Land's End on the south-westerly tip of England to John o' Groats in the north of Scotland.

Paris to Nice Cycle

Paris to Nice Cycle

Retrace the pedal strokes of some of the greatest cyclists of all time, including seven-time Paris–Nice winner Sean Kelly and more recent champions Bradley Wiggins and Geraint Thomas.

L2B cycle

London to Brighton Cycle

Join us on and cycle through picturesque English countryside down to the iconic Brighton beach!

Cyclists in Cambodia and Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh to Angkor Wat Cycle

An epic cross-country cycling challenge through south-east Asia.

Explore our other active challenges

Find out more about the other events you can take part in to fundraise for the Mental Health Foundation.
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Men's Glasgow 10k

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