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Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

July 2018

Ride London 2018

Get a Golden Bond Place

We’re looking for cyclists to follow in the tracks of the London 2012 Olympic cyclists, and raise funds and awareness for Children’s Liver Disease Foundation. If you think you’re up for this iconic challenge and reaching the minimum sponsorship target of £575 we would love for you to apply for one of our Golden Bond places today!  

We’ll be with you every step of the way with…

  • Dedicated fundraising support, advice and top tips from the team
  • A fundraising pack with ideas and guidance to kick start your fundraising
  • Help with local press and publicity
  • Information and updates on how your support will change the thousands of lives affected by childhood liver disease  

If you have any questions before applying or would like to find out more then we’re here to help. Get in touch with one of the team today. Please note, to secure your place we ask all of our cyclists to pay a £25 registration fee.

Register for a place in the 2018 Ride 100

Already got a place?

If you have your own place in the 2018 Prudential Ride 100 public ballot, we would love for you to join Team CLDF! Sign up today to get your free fundraising kit and support from the CLDF Fundraising Team...

I have my own place in the 2018 Ride 100

About the event

Celebrating the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics, the Prudential Ride 100 is one of the UK’s fastest-growing and most iconic cycling events combining mass-participation and record-breaking amounts of money raised for charity – all in one day! At 100 miles long the route is tough (to say the least!) but a challenge on many cyclist’s bucket lists. This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to cycle traffic-free streets of London all the way to Surrey.