Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
If the phenomenal achievements of Bradley Wiggins, Sir Chris Hoy MBE and Sarah Storey OBE have inspired you, then why not get on your bike and take part in the new and very exciting 'London Marathon on Wheels' this summer.
Taking place on Sunday 4 August 2013, this exciting event starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The 100 mile route heads out into Surrey's stunning country roads and hills (including Box Hill), before returning to London to finish along the Mall with the iconic Buckingham Palace in the background.
But the distance is not the only challenge. All those taking part must complete the course in nine hours as the elite race, including many of the Olympic greats, will be hot on your wheels.
Apply for your own place
If you are one of the lucky ones to be awarded a place in RideLondon-Surrey 100's ballot then we would be delighted if you choose to join our team. There's no minimum sponsorship and all you have to do to sign up is email us at email@example.com, telling us you would like to use your ballot place to fundraise for Action for Children.
Action for Children place
We have a few places left in our RideLondon-Surrey 100 team, so make sure you sign up today to secure your place. To join our team all you have to do is email: firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be part of this amazing event.
We'll then send you a registration form to send back to us. All we ask of our cyclists is to pay a registration fee of £40 and raise a minimum sponsorship of £500. We would love it if you raised even more!
If you think you're up to completing the 100 mile route in less than 9 hours and you can go that extra mile fundraising, email email@example.com to start your registration process.
Supporting you all the way
All our cyclists are a very special bunch of people, so as a thank you for taking part we offer the following support package:
- A fundraising pack
- Training guides and tips from the experts
- Advice and support from a dedicated local fundraiser
- Regular e-newsletters
- An Action for Children cycling top
- Action for Children cheering point
- A post-race meeting point within stumbling distance of the finish line
Have any questions?
Contact the Action for Children cycling team on: