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About this event

Follow in the tracks of cycling greats at this London 2012 Olympics legacy event. Experience iconic landmarks, epic climbs and an electric atmosphere as you cycle through the fully closed roads of London and Surrey.

Join 25,000 other cyclists taking on the world-famous 100 mile route of the Prudential RideLondon – Surrey 100.

We’ll support you every step of the way.

 

Our 2019 Prudential RideLondon – Surrey 100 team

If you would like to join our 2019 team and help raise money for vital research to save the lives of children with cancer, please fill in our registration form today.

The support of those who take part in these events, and others who donate as a result, help us to be there for children when they need us most and move closer to our vision of a world where no child loses their life to cancer.

Date & Location

  • Surrey/London
  • August 4, 2019
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What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

You can be part of our 2019 Prudential RideLondon – Surrey 100 team whether you secure your own place independently of Children with Cancer UK or you register for one of our charity places. As part of our team, you will receive the following support from us:

  • A fundraising pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Access to our exclusive training zone
  • Regular emails providing top tips
  • A bright and colourful cycling jersey to wear with pride on the day
  • Pre-Ride London meet ups
  • Several cheer points around the course on Ride Day
  • Refreshments at our post-race reception

Join our Team

Charity Place

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the RideLondon-Surrey 100

Registration Fee: £50
Fundraising Target: £350

Charity Place Form

Own Place

If you're lucky enough to have your own place, we'd love to have you on our team.
Register for FREE using the Own Place form below.

Registration fee £0
Fundraising target: as much as possible

Own Place Form

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 Registration Forms

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the RideLondon-Surrey 100

Registration Fee: £50
Fundraising Target: £350

If you’re lucky enough to have your own place, we’d love to have you on our team.
Register for FREE using the Own Place form below.

Registration fee £0
Fundraising target: as much as possible

  • I would like to be contacted by Children with Cancer UK about taking part in their challenge events, including the RideLondon-Surrey 46, as well as their charitable work. Please contact me by:

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the RideLondon-Surrey 100

Registration Fee: £50
Fundraising Target: £350

If you’re lucky enough to have your own place, we’d love to have you on our team.
Register for FREE using the Own Place form below.

Registration fee £0
Fundraising target: as much as possible

  • I would like to be contacted by Children with Cancer UK about taking part in their challenge events, including the RideLondon-Surrey 46, as well as their charitable work. Please contact me by:

Fill in your details below to secure your charity place in the RideLondon-Surrey 100

Registration Fee: £50

Fundraising Target: £350

If you have also applied for a ballot place and are successful, you can choose to get the registration fee of £50 refunded or it can be added to your fundraising total.

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