Prudential Ride-London 100

30 July 2017

Cycle-mania hit Britain after the success of the London 2012 Olympic Games. And to make cycling more accessible to the people of Britain, the Mayor of London came up with RideLondon, which consists of a 100 mile cycle from through London and Surrey.

The idea behind the event is to have a professional cycling race, followed by fundraising racers (the same concept as the London Marathon).

This year will be RideLondon’s fifth year and we are delighted to have charity places available for people who would like to take part and fundraise to help us accelerate the progress of neurological research. With the options of the 100 mile challenge for more experienced riders or the 46 mile challenge for beginners, it has never been easier to participate in Britain’s largest cycling event.

Geraldine Lambert is cycling in this year’s RideLondon for Brain Research Trust. She is cycling in memory of her father. ‘My father died from CJD in 2013, a fatal neurological disease which benefits from the key research carried out by Brain Research Trust.”

Complete the form below to apply for the Prudential RideLondon 100. Alternatively, contact Jennifer Clay at jennifer.clay@brt.org or 020 7492 0390.

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