Still time to get on your bike

23rd May 2019

We’ve still got a few places available for this year’s Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Ride London

If you’re a cycling enthusiast, or you know someone who is (and we know there are lots of you out there) why not get in touch and take on the challenge?

All it takes is a £25 registration fee and a £500 fundraising pledge.

By riding for us on Sunday 4 August you’ll be fighting meningitis through supporting pioneering preventative research, raising lifesaving awareness and supporting people affected by this devastating disease. You’ll also be joining 25,000 similar enthusiasts to cycle through a traffic-free London and the stunning Surrey countryside, including leg-testing climbs and the world-famous Box Hill zig-zags.

It’s an unforgettable experience and a fantastic day. And our support team is on hand to help you to get the most from it all, including providing a personalised technical cycling jersey and a warm welcome at our exclusive post-race reception. This provides finishers with drinks and snacks, a shower and a sports massage, and friends and family are welcome to join riders here too.

Our event organiser, Kirsty Owen-Hayward, said: “The 100-mile route combines traffic-free roads, winding country lanes and the phenomenal support of spectators. It passes some of London’s most famous landmarks and goes through some of Surrey’s most spectacular countryside.

“The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 provides an unforgettable experience for amateur and professional cyclists alike. We’d love to have you on the team. Sign up today and we’ll help you with our training plans and fundraising tips too.” 

Hurry though – the entry console closes at 5pm on 31 May. Find out more about Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

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