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Prudential RideLondon 2017

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30 July 2017

Fulfil your Olympic cycling ambitions by taking part in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

Mark Cavendish, Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome all famously took on this course at the 2012 games. It has since been turned into an annual event and is now in its fifth year.

Do you fancy yourself as the next Laura Trott, Jason Kenny or Sarah Storey? Then this is your chance to show the Team GB selectors what they missed out on! The ride starts at the Queen Elizabeth Park in east London and follows a 100-mile route through central London into Surrey, finishing on The Mall. The route includes the infamous, energy-sapping Box Hill. 

The event is televised, and the thousands of spectators will make you feel even more like a pro. The course itself is a traffic-free route for all the family and you will ride alongside the world’s elite cyclists. It is a great opportunity to get on your bike, take part in a unique event and raise funds for Victim Support.

Challenge details

The registration fee is just £25, and we ask you to raise a minimum sponsorship amount of £395. When you sign up to take part in the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 for Victim Support, we will provide: 

  • a fundraising pack — full of fantastic ideas, tips and guidance
  • dedicated one-to-one advice and support for all entrants
  • a Victim Support sports vest
  • fundraising support on social media.

Your fundraising support will help us provide vital services to people affected by crime across England and Wales.

Sign up now

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