Come and ride the route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics!
The Prudential RideLondon 100
Join over 25,000 riders and complete a 100-mile (160km) route on traffic-free London and Surrey roads.
Starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, riders will cycle past the impressive Canary Wharf skyline before heading out of London through Chiswick and Richmond Park. After this you will be in the beautiful countryside and challenging climbs in Surrey, before crossing the Thames at Putney Bridge to the finish on The Mall.
How can I take part?
Enter the ballot now for your chance to ride 100 traffic-free miles through London – Surrey. Once you have received your place, we would love for you to join Team Beat and to be part of a movement to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders.
Be quick! The ballot closes on 4th January 2020.
Why else should I take part?
You will receive:
- A Beat support pack with fundraising help and materials
- Support from our community fundraising officer to help you reach your chosen fundraising target, sending you extra materials and help right up to the big day!
Health and Wellbeing
This is a tough physical challenge. We strongly suggest that you consult your doctor/clinician before taking part in an event if you have a current medical condition. If you have personal experience of an eating disorder, we also strongly suggest that you have been out of treatment for at least 18 months and please read our fundraising guidelines.
Already have your own place but want to ride for Beat?
All you need to do is email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lara on 01603 753335 to let us know about your own place and we can support you on your way.