Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Sunday 29 July 2018
Open for registration
Key event info
Date: Sunday 29 July 2018
Start -
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London
Finish -
The Mall, London
Distance: 100 miles
Target Sponsorship:
Registration fee -
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A huge thank you to all of our riders who completed RideLondon 2017 for CARE - we're massively proud of you all for taking on the challenge!

Are you inspired to take on the RideLondon-Surrey 100?

Join our 2018 RideLondon team and ride in the tracks of Bradley Wiggins, Lizzie Armitstead and Chris Froome on this incredible 100 mile cycle through our great capital.

Dubbed the London Marathon of cycling, this 100 mile cycle celebrates the legacy made by the 2012 London Olympics. Following a modified version of the 2012 Olympic Road Route, you'll be taken on a stunning route through London's historic streets and out into Surrey for some thigh-testing climbs before finishing on the Mall. You'll have the unique pleasure of cycling on closed roads with thousands of fellow cyclists. It's an incredible experience and one not to be missed! 

You'll have to train to a level that ensures you can complete the 100 miles in 9 hours and you'll be sharing the road with over 25,000 other cyclists - are you up to the challenge?!

By supporting CARE, not only will you have an incredible experience, but you'll change the lives of some of the world's poorest people.

Apply for a guaranteed charity place

If you'd like to be part of our team at RideLondon, apply for one of CARE's charity places today. We require a £50 registration fee and ask that all our cyclists to raise a minimum of £450. We'll support you all the way with a CARE cycle jersey, fundraising ideas, a training guide and huge cheers on race day.

RideLondon ballot places

The RideLondon 2018 ballot is now opened. If you're lucky enough to get a ballot place then we'd love you to cycle for CARE. As part of the team we'll support you from start to finish, provide you with a CARE cycle jersey and give you huge cheers on race day. Plus, the money you raise, however big or small, will help change the lives of the some of the world's poorest people. 

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