Where to Watch Prudential RideLondon 2016

Find out the best places to watch Prudential RideLondon events and enjoy the atmosphere.

With the Prudential RideLondon Cycling Show at ExCeL from 28 until 30 July and festival activities across London over the weekend itself (29-31 July), there are lots of other ways to get involved in Prudential RideLondon.

Where to Watch in Central London

Hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected to come to London and take part in Prudential RideLondon. Routes for the Classique, World Brompton Championships and Sunday events boast many excellent vantage points and will take you close to some stunning and unique attractions, with the City of London, St James's Park and Trafalgar Square at the heart of the weekend's activity. 

With a 100-mile course, there are some great locations from which you can watch the Sunday events. Green Park’s Festival Zone is located close to the official start of the Classic at Horse Guards Parade; and with the finish line for both Sunday events round the corner on The Mall, there are some great places to watch the best of the action right in the heart of the city.

Where to Watch in Greater London

Further afield, you’ll find the vibrant market town of Kingston upon Thames nestling on the banks of the river Thames with superb shopping and a lively café culture. With riders coming in and out of the town centre, Kingston is an ideal location to watch from, and there's lots to do while you’re there.

Famous for its own sporting event played on two feet rather than two wheels, Wimbledon will be hosting a festival on 31 July to allow everyone cheering on loved ones and the greats to enjoy their day out come rain or shine. 

Whilst certain areas will be closed to the public for safety reasons, all routes are un-ticketed so everyone will be able to watch for free. Don't miss the Prudential RideLondon Festival Zones across London during the weekend, with plenty of bike-themed fun and activities.

Plan Your Trip

Organisers are encouraging people to watch locally and walk, cycle or use public transport to get to the events. Plan your journey in advance and remember to check for any last-minute changes before you travel.

All you've got to do now is decide when you're coming, where to stay and  what to do when you're in the best big city on earth!

A spectator guide will be available closer to the event with more details about where to watch.