100-1Sunday 4 August 2013

Lead out the greats when you take on a cycling challenge like no other through the closed roads of London and the Surrey Hills next summer. Just hours before the world’s top cyclists race the RideLondon Classic, 20,000 cyclists will have the chance to cycle a modified version of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race. 

This new event offers a unique opportunity to become part of cycling history. Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by London 2012. RideLondon100 will start in the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follow the closed roads through the capital and onto Surrey’s stunning country roads and hills.

The RideLondon 100 is a perfect ride for club and recreational cyclists. Slower cyclists can enjoy a challenging ride while faster riders will relish the opportunity to pit themselves against the country’s top amateurs. As well as an opportunity to take on a personal challenge in completing the course, participants’ involvement will benefit good causes – RideLondon aims to be the largest charity fund-raising cycle race in the world. RideLondon 100 will finish in iconic central London, shortly before the pro riders race in the Classic event on a similar route.

It is anticipated that the event will be over-subscribed and that a ballot will be held to allocate places in the event.

Those not riding in RideLondon 100 can still get involved by supporting participants along the route and through a range of additional activities being presented as part of this weekend festival of cycling.

Contact the team if you would like to take part.
We are asking for £1,000 sponsorship for LINC


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