With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, join the Prostate Cancer Research Centre on this truly spectacular 100-mile event that passes through some of Surrey’s most beautiful spots.

The Prudential Ride London – Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and then follows a 100 mile route through closed roads and finishes on The Mall in central London.

2020 will see an incredible team of PCRC cyclists all grabbing the bike by the handle bars to raise money and support world class research into a life without prostate cancer. You can be a part of this team and help send prostate cancer ‘on it’s bike’.

Ride London charity places and ballot entries

To secure your guaranteed charity place, please register using our application form. All charity places require a registration fee of £15 and a fundraising target of £500.

If you have your own place for this event, you can secure your place on #TeamPCRC too!  There is no fundraising requirement we just ask that you raise as much as you can to support us funding research towards a life without Prostate Cancer.

Why cycle for the Prostate Cancer Research Centre?

At PCRC, we focus on researching advanced prostate cancer. This is because prostate cancer is treatable when it is confined to the prostate, but once it spreads to other parts of the body, it becomes incurable and dangerous. We urgently need better treatments for men with this life-threatening disease, and we can only do that by funding excellent, ground-breaking research. Every pound that you raise will help us to achieve our vision of a better future for men with prostate cancer. You can help us use science to turn hope into reality.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Prudential Ride London?

Prudential Ride London –  Surrey 100 will see around 25,000 amateur cyclists take on a cycling challenge like no other through London and Surrey on a similar route to that of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Races. The Prudential Ride London –  Surrey 100 will start in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then travel through the capital and onto Surrey’s stunning country roads and through the Surrey Hills before a spectacular finish on The Mall in central London.

How fit do I need to be to ride the Prudential Ride?

You need to have a general level of fitness and need to have trained before the event in order for you to know that you will be able to complete the distance.

How old do I need to be to ride the Prudential Ride?

The minimum age for the Prudential Ride London – Surrey 100 is 18 years old.

What do I receive for completing the Prudential Ride?

From PCRC you will receive a charity cycling jersey, a fundraising pack, and a medal once you have completed the event. From the event organizers, you receive a medal and a goody bag after crossing the finish line at the Mall.

What type of bike do I need to take part in the Prudential Ride?

Single-speed (both fixed and freewheel) bicycles are allowed as long as they have suitable brakes. Mountain bikes are allowed – although please use slick tires to conserve energy.

When does the Prudential ride take place?

The Prudential Ride London – Surrey 100 takes place on Sunday 16th August 2020.

What time does the Prudential Ride start?

The Prudential Ride London – Surrey 100 starts at 5.45am.

Where can I find the route?

You can find the route here on the Prudential Ride London website.

Where does the money I raise go?

All funds raised will go back into funding research and allowing scientists to test out methods and ideas in order to find better treatments for life-threatening prostate cancer.

How do I contact PCRC?

Telephone: 0203 735 5444

Email: events@pcr.org.uk

Address: Prostate Cancer Research Centre, 23-26 Great James Street, London, WC1n 3ES

Facebook: @ThePCRC

Twitter: @ThePCRC

Registered Charity Number: 1156027


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