2020 Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100

Embrace the challenge and ride the 2012 Olympic race route on 100 miles of closed roads through the capital and on to Surrey’s stunning country roads and hills.

RideLondon 100 takes place on 16th August 2020. It is a cycle race along the 2012 Olympic route, taking you through 100 miles of closed roads through the capital, on to Surrey’s stunning country roads and hills and back again.

Demand for places is always extremely high and you do usually have to pay, but you can get a FREE place through Embrace. We have five places to give away - all we ask is that you aim to raise £500 for Embrace; money which will go towards supporting our Christian partners in the Middle East.

If you're interested in taking part, please email events@embraceme.org or contact us on 01494 897950. 

What our riders say…
‘I really loved it being a part of something much bigger than me, it reminded me of what church is, being a part of something much, much bigger than me, but I am a part which is amazing.’
Gordon Lowe 2018 team

‘I had an amazing time doing the ride yesterday. Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to ride on behalf of Embrace once again. I’m so grateful for the opportunity to raise money for the amazing work Embrace does.’
Niall Anderson 2016 & 2018 team

‘As a keen cyclist I have watched the Prudential Ride London for the last four years and have always been amazed by the splendour of the event. I have completed sportive’s before but have never taken part in a closed road event, particularly with 25,000 riders. To top it all I am looking forward to raising money for Embrace the Middle East’s many projects.’
Steve Pope 2017 team

And for more info on the event please visit the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 website.