Ride London 100
Prudential Ride London 100 is a must do for any keen cyclist, especially in an Olympic year! It's an iconic event that sees over 25,000 riders come together and create an electric atmosphere.
The route begins in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then winds its way through the capital and into Surrey's stunning country roads, taking in two iconic climbs: Leith and Box Hill, before a triumphant finish on the Mall.
It's a challenging ride with testing climbs but the course is suitable for amateurs and experienced riders alike and you'll be supported by VSO.
Will you join us?
Sign up for a VSO Ride London 100 2020 charity place
VSO places in RideLondon 100 are for anyone who would like to take on this incredible challenge and pledge to raise £295.
Already have a place in the Ride London 100 ballot?
If you're one of the lucky ones to have already secured your place, why not use it to ride for VSO! You'll be raising money to help some of the poorest communities around the world. We'll support you every step of the way!
The VSO events team was right behind us to help us plan and think big, with ideas and support at every stage of the process!
Paul Phillips, VSO RideLondon cyclist
What support will I receive?
In return for your dedication and commitment, VSO will be there to support you every step of the way, from training to fundraising.
VSO Ride London 100 cyclists will receive:
a VSO cycling jersey
a dedicated and experienced VSO fundraiser who will offer continued support and advice before, during and after race day
a crowd of enthusiastic VSO supporters to cheer you on.
You’ll be cycling for an amazing cause: for a world without poverty.
Our volunteers work in 24 countries to help people live healthy, dignified lives. Some of our volunteers include teachers, doctors, business experts, nurses... the list goes on.
These volunteers share skills where it's needed the most, in the world's poorest and most marginalised communities.
£450 could cover a day of training for 4 volunteer pediatricians to share life-saving skills with local medical staff
For more information call our events team on 020 8780 7500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org