Watch elite women cyclists and junior stars of the future compete in a series of free-to-watch criterium races around Buckingham Palace, as part of Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix.
Grand Prix professional women's race
In 2014, the women’s Grand Prix race was the largest and best elite women’s criterium race in the UK. It also became the first women’s race to be shown live on the BBC TV outside the Olympics or World Championships, attracting big names in women’s cycling, including: reigning World and Olympic champion Marianne Vos, Commonwealth gold and Olympic silver medallist Lizzie Armitstead, and double Olympic and five-time World track champion Laura Trott.
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Grand Prix Junior races
The Junior race includes separate junior girls and boys races and a regional championships where the best junior cyclists from across Britain compete on the iconic course to win a prize fund. This event is billed as one of the top junior races in the country.
Brompton World Championship
This year, RideLondon welcomes the 10th Brompton World Championship, which starts at 5pm. The show-stopping spectacle will see more than 500 riders make a mad dash to unfold their bikes before sprinting off on two wheels to complete up to eight laps around St James’s Park.