Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 

Tackle the most iconic British cycling event sweeping past incredible London landmarks and Surrey scenery - all alongside 25,000 riders - on the globally-famous Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 this August. 

You’ll know that not only are you fulfilling your sporting dream, you’re fundraising for inner London’s only remaining disabilities and long-term health conditions exercise service, Ability Bow, and changing 400 disabled people’s lives each year for the better. 

We’ll offer support to you and help you fulfill your dream this year. 

Join our 2020 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 team

Want to join our team? We’ve got 8 places available to sign up to.

All we ask is you aim to raise £550, all to help our most vulnerable service users keep fitter and stronger, for longer. 

Register for a charity place by completing the application form here>>

*The deadline to sign up is Friday 29 May 2020 at 5pm.*

Got a ballot place? 

Secured a rare place through the public ballot? 

We’re delighted to have you on our team so please still complete the registration form at the bottom of this page to officially register with us. 

You’ll also need to provide a copy of your ballot acceptance letter of email from the event organisers. 

Why take part

  • Access to a free Big Half fundraising support pack (including sponsorship forms, collection tins and balloons).

  • A free cycling top (including named with a message if you would like one).  

  • Our own personal trainers’ advice and guidance to help with your cycling plan.

  • Fundraising support, advice, hints and tips (varying from either email or social media info). 

  • The chance to access other fundraising event opportunities throughout the year.

Your support: Who benefits 




Event essential info 

Date: Sunday 16 August 2020.  

Time: Between 5:45am and 9:45am (depending on which time the event organiser allocates for you).

Starting Point: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, London. 

Finishing Point: The Mall, St James’s Park, London. 

Route Distance: 100 miles.  

Route landmarks/sights: Olympic Park, Tower of London, Richmond Park, Bushy Park, Hampton Court Palace, Surrey Hills including Leith Hill and Box Hill, Wimbledon Common, Big Ben/Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace.

Fundraising targets

Minimum fundraising target: £550. 

Entry fee: £15.

Celebrate with our riders on the day

After our riders complete their Prudential RideLondon routes, they make their way to Green Park to our meet and greet area under the 'A' marked signgage at one of the park's various trees. 

We're pretty visible with our Ability Bow banners and T-shirts and we'll be on hand to introduce the riders to you. 

So why not join us at our great RideLondon get together picnic in the park at 12pm where (weather depending) we can all enjoy a chance to:

  • Catch up on the event.

  • Meet new faces - including gym members, trustees, volunteers and our staff team.

  • Find out more about our charity.

  • Eat some snacks and nibbles and perhaps taste a glass of bubbly!

If you can't attend

Can't attend on the day? Not to worry - take a look at the various ways you can keep on top of the Prudential RideLondon Surrey-100 - as well as all of the other weekend's RideLondon events - below! 

Watch at specific parts of the route

If you can't make it into central London, you can of course watch the RideLondon Surrey-100 from various spectator points. 

See points on the route where you can cheer on our riders and find the latest travel and road closure updates>>

Watch on TV 

The RideLondon events are scheduled to be broadcast live on BBC throughout the day. 

*Further details will appear here as to when and where you can watch RideLondon when they’ve been published.*

Keep up to date online 

Want to keep up to date with our riders online? 

*We’ll post details of the Prudential RideLondon App (or search for it on the RideLondon website on the week before the event) for iOS and Android which will have info including tracking our riders’ position and timings*

Find out more 

...To find out more stories and news on our service and who you’ll support!  

If you need any help/have any queries, please: 

And we can sign you up from there! 

Register now

You can register now to one of our charity places or to confirm you have your own place via our application form>>