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Date: Sunday 4 August 2013
Route: London and Surrey
Registration fee: £40
Minimum sponsorship level: £400
We are looking for cyclists to carry on the Olympic legacy by taking part in RideLondon-Surrey 100 in support of everyone affected by epilepsy.
On 4 August, the streets of London will close for 20,000 cyclists to take on the challenge of cycling 100 miles in less than 9 hours. The route begins in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and finishes in Central London.
Launched by Olympic cyclist Laura Trott and Mayor of London Boris Johnson, this new sporting event is suitable for both club and recreational cyclists.
How to secure your place:
Golden Bond places
We still have a limited number of Golden Bond places available for this year's RideLondon-Surrey 100.
- Complete our online application form if you would like to be part of our team of cyclists.
(Golden Bond places are places allocated to a specific charity. These places come with fundraising targets but allow you to cycle for a cause that is close to your heart.)
These have now been released. If you have been allocated a ballot place and would like to support us, we would love to hear from you.
Please get in touch with the fundraising team for more information.
Support for cyclists
As part of our team of cyclists you will receive dedicated support from our fundraising team, including:
- fundraising pack with guides to fundraising and fundraising materials
- Epilepsy Society cycling vest
- on-going support from our fundraising team who can answer your questions about fundraising
- support on the day from our roadside cheering point
You can follow Kati and Gary’s training antics on their Team Si London 100 blog as they prepare for the 100 mile ride.