Date: 4 August 2019
Registration Fee: £25 (non-refundable)
Minimum Sponsorship: £100 (not including gift aid)
Sorry, applications for RideLondon 2019 have closed but you can now register your interest to cycle for VICTA in 2020 at the bottom of this page.
Join Team VICTA and harness your pedal power on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2020 challenge. The ride – a 100 mile route on closed roads – starts at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London and finishes on The Mall. The route takes cyclists out of the capital and into the beautiful Surrey countryside. There are some challenging climbs to tackle along the way but also the promise of stunning scenery and a big London finish.
The first Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 was held in 2013, celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Team VICTA are proud to have had cyclists riding for them in the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 events. And don’t forget, this race forms part of the London Classics. The unique challenge requires participants to run the Virgin Money London Marathon, cycle 100 miles in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 and swim two miles at Swim Serpentine, the open water swimming festival. Everyone who completes this iconic trio of events receives a specially-designed London Classics medal engraved with the words: Et ego Londinium vici (“I too have conquered London”) and will be listed in the London Classics Hall of Fame.
The previous years have proved to be amazing days! There is a fantastic atmosphere in Green Park and there are many supporters out lining the course and providing much needed encouragement. All finishing cyclists receive a medal and goody bag as a memento of the day. For more information on this event. Click Here
As part of Team VICTA you will receive:
- A VICTA cycling jersey
- Access to our online fundraising area
- VICTA Supporters Pack
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Sorry, applications for RideLondon 2019 have closed but you can now register your interest below to cycle for VICTA in 2020.