Preparing for the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 This Sunday is the famous Prudential Ride London to Surrey 100 mile cycle, and we are so excited to be a part of it. This year we have thirty six cyclists who have chosen to be a part of #TeamPCRC and raise funds for the Prostate Cancer Research Centre – cyclists who are all doing amazingly with their fundraising and their training alike. Thanks to their hard work, we are very close to hitting our target for the event already. They have been cycling hard and using our fitness professional Graeme Hilditchs’ training guides extensively to ensure they are ready for race day, and we couldn’t be prouder of them all! The Prudential Ride London 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and takes riders on a 100 mile route through Surrey, to return and finish on The Mall in Central London. The route is the biggest closed-road race in the UK, meaning that spectators will be stretched out all along the route, shouting and encouraging their cyclists to the finish line. PCRC will be cheering on all our cyclists at a cheer point location in Kingston, along the A308 where the route goes past twice. Come and join us, and help us to support Team PCRC; we will have bang bang sticks, clappers, whistles and pom poms ready for you to cheer your heart out! Here are a few photographs of some of Team PCRC cyclists. You can help us hit our target for the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 by going to our campaign here. We hope to see you there on Sunday!