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Could you be a RideLondon 100 cyclist?
The Olympics may be over but its legacy is just beginning, especially for cycling enthusiasts!
If you’ve been inspired by the sportsmen and women who took part in London 2012 and fancy leaping into the saddle to help raise money for Epilepsy Society, why not snap up a place in RideLondon100?
RideLondon 100 aims to be the largest charity fund-raising cycle race in the world and Epilepsy Society hopes to have a limited number of guaranteed places in the 2013 event.
The ballot is now open so it’s time to try your luck. The 100 mile timed event will take place on August 4 on closed roads through the capital. The Ride starts at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, winding its way past London landmarks, before taking riders out to the Surrey countryside and up Box Hill before returning to London to finish on the Mall.
Details of the ballot can be found at www.ridelondon.co.uk/ don’t forget to choose Epilepsy Society as the charity you like to support when filling out your entry form! Lucky riders will be told if they have been selected for a place in February 2013.
You can find out more about RideLondon 100 here or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Author: Angie King