London to Brighton Cycle Ride 2019

Two brave teams – with very little training time – got in the saddle and pedalled 55 miles to raise funds for the RMBF in the London to Brighton Cycle Ride on 15 September 2019.

Three cyclists, Elizabeth Nally, Sarah Hancox, and Lizzie Kostev, standing with their bikes in the sun at the Brighton seafront, wearing RMBF cycling tops

Elizabeth Nally – sister of Dr Mike on a Bike – and her two friends, Sarah Hancox and Lizzie Kostev (pictured above) decided to cycle in solidarity with Mike, who was at that time biking across the US. Between them they raised a total of £750 to help support doctors, medical students and their families in hardship.

Alongside Elizabeth, Sarah and Lizzie, we also had a magnificent team of five from Remedium Partners (pictured below) taking on the iconic ride through the Surrey and Sussex hills. Remedium Partners specialise in recruiting NHS doctors into permanent roles from overseas, and have chosen to support the RMBF and Doctors of the World as their two charity partners.

Cyclist Oliver Jansen smiling and holding a goodie bag in the sun on Brighton seafront

Four cyclists from Remedium Partners posing with their bikes on Brighton Seafront

CEO Philip Braham and Managing Director David Green were part of the 5-strong team, and were joined by Divisional Manager Chloe Cotter, Senior Consultant Spencer Bernstein, and Commercial Manager Oliver Jansen. Altogether, the team raised over £3,200 in support of the RMBF and Doctors of the World – a terrific result.

Charlotte and Joe from the RMBF team in Wimbledon were on hand at the finish line on Brighton seafront with well-earned goodie bags.

Our grateful thanks to all our riders for taking part!