We have guaranteed places in the 2017 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, one of the world's best sporting events. If you are interested in riding for SportsAid then please complete our application form here.
Entry Fee: £40 for applications received before 1 January 2017, £50 for applications received after 1 January 2017.
Fundraising Target: £500 (excluding Gift Aid).
We only have a limited number of places so please get in touch with us early to avoid missing out.
Why ride for SportsAid?
Your support will play a big part in the success of British sport – helping our next generation of sports stars to compete at their best. 46 of the 67 medals won by Team GB in Rio were SportsAid Alumni including Laura Trott, Dina Asher-Smith, Adam Peaty, Tom Daley, Katherine Grainger and Mark Cavendish. Retired Alumni include Sir Steve Redgrave, Paula Radcliffe MBE, Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson, Dame Kelly Holmes, Sir Chris Hoy and many more. By raising money for SportsAid, you can help our young British sport stars reach the same heights.
We know that training and fundraising for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is no mean feat, so we are here to support our riders every step of the way.
Our Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 package includes:
Have a ballot place?
You can join our team and access all of the benefits outlined above. There is no fundraising target, we just ask you to raise as much as you can! Email Grace Hughes on firstname.lastname@example.org to join Team SportsAid.
"This was my first time taking part in RideLondon-Surrey 100 and I was certainly apprehensive about the challenge and distance. But riding for a great cause in SportsAid with my RBC partners, and all the support and encouragement that SportsAid offered was amazing. I was truly energized during the event and so proud to have helped raise money, and to have actually finished stronger and faster than I had expected. The SportsAid cheer points were great, the words of encouragement leading up to the ride from the SportsAid athletes was amazing, and to think that Sir Bradley Wiggins is a SportsAid alumni too – inspirational!! I am very happy to be have been part of the event and would definitely do it again and encourage others to join the SportsAid team." - David Cole, RideLondon-Surrey 100 cyclist in 2016
Created as an Olympic legacy event, the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 2016 will give up to 25,000 riders the chance to ride a 100-mile closed road circuit through London and Surrey, inspired by London's 2012 Olympic road race.
The sportive will start in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park then follow a route through the capital and into Surrey's stunning country roads, including the famous climbs of Leith and Box Hill, before an iconic finish on The Mall in central London.
Riders have eight-and-a-half hours to complete the course, so it is a challenge that demands a commitment to training. It's worth it though, as our 2016 team loved the unique experience of riding on closed roads with hoards of cheering supporters lining the route ahead of an unforgettable finish in front of Buckingham Palace.
It was great to finally meet SportsAid on Sunday and thank you for all the help and treats afterwards, they were much appreciated! We all had an amazing time and your support throughout was great. We're keen to ride for SportsAid again in the future!
Lawrence Gill2015 SportsAid RideLondon team