Saddle up alongside thousands of other cycling enthusiasts for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The largest sportive in the UK sees riders complete a 100-mile (160km) route on traffic-free London and Surrey roads.
Head past the impressive Canary Wharf skyline before starting the journey out of London through Chiswick and Richmond Park. You'll then encounter pretty countryside and challenging climbs in Surrey, before crossing the Thames at Putney Bridge en route to the finish on The Mall.
The public ballot is now closed. You can still sign up to cycle the sportive for a charity, or join spectators along the route on the day to cheer on the riders.
Plan your Prudential RideLondon weekend
Before the weekend of riding and racing events starts, visit the Prudential RideLondon Cycling Show at ExCeL London. This free three-day event is home to leading experts in nutrition and coaching, who will share their knowledge, tips and tricks, as well as appearances by special guests from the elite world of cycling.
On Saturday, jump on your bike for the FreeCycle and enjoy a leisurely ride around London on closed roads, stopping off at one of the seven Festival Zones available to all. Later in the day, watch the world's best female cyclists compete in the Classique on a central route and then follow 550 riders, many dressed in fancy dress, compete in the Brompton World Championships. Finish the day with something a little different by watching some of Europe’s best at the Handcycle Grand Prix evening event.
Enjoy a jam-packed Sunday featuring the RideLondon-Surrey 19 which includes a whole host of activities taking place along the route. You can also watch more than 150 professional cyclists in action during the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, which is part of the UCI WorldTour.
Prices and Opening Times
An entry fee of £69 is required per participant
The event is free to watch for spectators.
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Rider start times are allocated between 5.40am and 9.40am.