2018 Prudential Ride London 100 – Sunday 29th July 2018

A fantastic 100-mile ride through London and Surrey on the same closed roads as the pro riders later in the day, including sections of the route used in the London 2012 Road Race.

Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, the route travels through Central London and out to leafy Surrey - taking in the iconic climbs of Leith Hill and Box Hill - before returning to a grandstand finish at The Mall just before 150 Pro Riders take on the same route.

Own Place

If you are successful in the public ballot, we would love you to join the Rugby Riders Team. Simply register for the team when your place has been confirmed.

Fundraising Pledge: As much as you can!
Registration fee: None

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Charity Place

If you aren't successful in the public ballot for Ride London 2018 you can secure your place in the 2018 race by clicking below to complete your application form.

Fundraising Pledge: £575
Registration fee: £40

Secure Your Place

 

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