PRUDENTIAL RIDELONDON SURREY 100

We have heaps of events at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this Summer and the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 is set to be a highlight.

It’s a 100 mile cycle race, with options for riders to join for the last 46 or 19 miles. The Prudential RideLondon route features the best of the picturesque Surrey countryside. And to celebrate the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, it all kicks off in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford on 4th August this summer.

The route will be entirely free of traffic, creating a great opportunity for less experienced and younger cyclists. It will culminate in a celebratory ending on The Mall in Central London – a fitting finish to a challenging distance.

Applications to enter have now closed but if you have friend or family entering, you might want to be a spectator for a day. There are a range of locations where you can watch the race - visit the race website for all the details.

The race kicks off at 5.45am (it’s one for the early birds) and the first riders are expected to finish as early as 9.40am.

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