Saddle up alongside thousands of other cycling enthusiasts at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100. The largest sportive in the UK includes many cyclists riding to raise money for charity.
In 2017, more than 25,000 amateur cyclists took on the 100-mile (160km) challenge, which departs from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the early hours of the morning before passing some of London's most famous landmarks, as it heads out to the Surrey Hills. It finally returns to the capital with a magnificent finish on The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace.
The ballot is now closed but charity places may still be available. The event is free to watch for spectators.
Plan your Prudential RideLondon weekend
Then, on Saturday, jump on your bike for the FreeCycle and enjoy a leisurely ride around London on closed roads, stopping off at the Festival Zones. Later in the day, watch the world's best females compete in the Classique on a central route, and experience the eye-catching spectacle that is the World Brompton Championships or the handcycle Grand Prix.