The 100 ride is a culmination of Hilton’s celebrations of 100 years of Hospitality. 100 riders from Hilton will be cycling 100 km from Brighton to London on Friday 31st May.

Ending at the iconic London Hilton on Park Lane the 100 riders will the join Hilton’s day of celebrations. The 100 riders are participating to raise money to help disadvantaged young people to gain the skills and opportunities to secure employment and change their lives.

Registration is £19.19 and each rider is requested to set up an online giving page to raise at least £100 for the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People. The Foundation has a wide range of projects and the cycle will be specifically fundraising for Galvin's Chance, an into work programme that helps disadvantaged young people start a career in hospitality.

The 100 Ride is open to any Hilton employee.

The ride coordinators will group riders in groups of ten who will have similar abilities. A group leader will guide the group and ensure they all stay together. Slower groups will follow so should a rider wish to drop down a group they can if they inform their respective group leader.

Riders must be at the Hilton Brighton Metropole and ready to ride by 6:30 am on Friday 31st May 2019. Travel to the hotel and at the end of the race are the responsibility of the rider. Riders bags will be transported to London for collection at the end of the ride. A preferential room rate at Hilton Brighton Metropole is available to riders on the night of the 30th May. Details of how to book this will be sent to participants after they sign up.

Ready to sign up? Simply click the 'sign up now' button to pay your £19.19 registration fee.

Once you've registered, use the 'start fundraising' button to set up your fundraising page and the team will be in touch shortly after with further information.  


Important information

All riders taking part must: 

  • Have their own bike plus repair kit
  • Have ridden on the road and at least 50km in a day
  • Have a Garmin or tracking device
  • Have a mobile phone
  • Be medically fit to cycle 100km
  • Have own insurance to cover own personal injury. Riders are cycling at their own risk. The event is insured but not individual riders
  • Make their own way, with their bikes, to Brighton by 6:30 am for the briefing and start

Note, reasonably sized bags will be taken to the finish at London Hilton on Park Lane.

We will also be looking for volunteers to support this event. If you are interested in volunteering please email

DM Thomas Foundation for Young People

DM Thomas Foundation for Young People (DMTFYP) helps young people to be the best that they can be. Focusing on what children and young people up to the age of 25 can do, the Foundation works to improve the quality of education and the provision of health care by providing training, equipment, and support. With your help we can transform young lives.

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