The 2016 RideLondon amateur cycling event will take place on Sunday July 31. Guaranteed entry now available for international riders with Sports Tours International.
With 26,000 entrants in 2015, our Sports Tours International staff and customers had a great time at the RideLondon-Surrey 100.
It was such a fantastic event with incredible smooth organisation, brilliant volunteers, cheering supporters and well located Hubs and feed stations to help you get around.
The RideLondon expo was also a great success with Sports Tours bang bang sticks and cowbells making noise throughout the ExCel.
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2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100
RideLondon forms part of the London 2012 Olympics legacy events for cycling. It is your opportunity to cycle on closed roads around London, and most importantly for cyclo sportive riders, ride a route that replicates much of the 2012 Olympics Road Race course.
The 2015 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 mile sportive started at the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then followed closed roads through the Capital out into Surrey following much of the Olympic road race route. From Surrey it then came back towards the centre of London taking in some of the UK's most famous landmarks before finishing on The Mall, home to many famous events in British history, and overlooked by Buckingham Palace, home to the British Royal Family. We expect the 2016 edition to follow a similar route.
The Melia White House hotel benefits from a prime central London location in a prestigious area in Regent’s Park within close proximity of London’s main attractions and The City, London's financial district.
RideLondon Festival of Cycling
RideLondon-Surrey 100 forms part of the larger Prudential RideLondon weekend, which also includes:
RideLondon FreeCycle up to 70,000 cyclists of all ages and abilities will ride freely (and non-competively) around an iconic 8 mile circuit in Central London.
RideLondon Grand Prix around a 1.3 mile circuit in Central London for Elite Women, Juniors and hand cyclists from around the world.
RideLondon-Surrey Classic road race which is a UCI event, starting around 12:30pm from Horse Guards Parade, featuring 150 of the top pro cyclists in the World riding the Olympic Road race route after the RideLondon-Surrey 100 participants have been through the course, eventually finishing too on The Mall.
For the mass participation event, there will be waved starts from 06:00 to 08:30 based on predicted rider times. All entrants must be able to complete the course within 9 hours. In year 3, over 26,000 cyclists started the event. RideLondon-Surrey 100 will become the World's largest fund-raising cycle ride, very much in a similar style to how the Virgin Money London Marathon has become the World's largest fund-raising marathon run.