Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Register your interest for 2016
We’ll let you know as soon as this event opens for entry.
Got a place already?
If you were lucky enough to get a place in the ballot you can still join our team. Download your sponsorship here to ride as part of Team CRUK.
Help out on the day
Follow in the tracks of cycling greats at this London 2012 Olympics legacy event.
Join 20,000 cyclists for a 100 mile cycle challenge that takes in the iconic sights of London and the Surrey hills in a modified version of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race.
Whether you are a seasoned club cyclist or just starting out, this is the perfect ride for you. There's leg-busting climbs and spectacular scenery before you cross the finish line on the Mall.
Join Team CRUK and ride the course in our brand new exclusive cycling jersey. In order to claim yours all you need to do is let us know when you have raised the first £250 of your sponsorhip and we will send it out to you.
Join the Cancer Research UK community to receive training and fundraising tips, along with much more, by joining our Facebook event page.
Race day information
We will be at the pre race expo, located at the Excel Centre, come and pay us a visit so we can say good luck personally.
We have been saving our voices and will be out on the course, ready and waiting to scream your name, to give you that boost you need. So make sure you look out for our cheering points at Parliament Square and Putney Bridge.
If that wasn’t enough, come and visit us our post-race reception held at Fitness First in Cardinel Place, where we will have refreshments and massage therapists to help you relax after the race.
We will make sure that this is an event to remember so join our team today and we will make sure you feel like an Olympic hero through every mile of the course.
Any questions? Contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461 or email email@example.com.
Did you know...
Cancer Research UK have funded major trials for pancreatic cancer, changing the way that patients are treated and bringing them precious extra time.