Prudential Ride London 100 Cycle Challenge is a challenge like no other through the closed roads of London and Surrey Hills. This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to cycle the streets of London without traffic and with masses of spectators.
Date: 27/07/2018 - 29/07/2018
Duration: between 4 - 8 hours
Organised by: Prudential
Fee: £50.00 - £100.00
Minimum Sponsorship: £350 - £1000
The Prudential Ride London ballot has been announced. Whether you're successful, unsuccessful or missed the entry deadline we've got a place for you.
This fantastic cycling event offers a unique opportunity to become part of cycling history; celebrating the legacy for cycling created by London Olympics 2012. Ride London is a 100 mile cycle challenge – starting in the Olympic Park and passing London's most iconic landmarks, the route features the infamous Box Hill and Leith hill climbs ending up on The Mall in a modified version of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race.
Our mission is to enrich the lives of children fighting life-threatening conditions, and we can only do that with the help of people like you.
Join as a team:
Team entry is £25 each (4 people) and then a fundraising target of £1000 between the team. If you would like to join as a bigger team let us know and we can sort out a fundraising deal.
Sign up now by completing the registration form below.
Join #DreamTeam and benefit from:
- A technical cycling jersey
- Training plans and training advice
- A fundraising pack, full of ideas to help you smash your sponsorship pledge
- Dedicated support and expert fundraising advice from our dedicated team
- the loudest cheer squad supporting every pedal stroke
- Regular updates on how your fundraising is enriching the lives of young people
Already got a place?
If you already have a place and paid your entry fee through the event organiser, you can join our team as an Own Place cyclist. There's no minimum fundraising target, just raise as much as you can.
Want to get started with your fundraising? Set up your online fundraising page now.