Entries are now open for the 2013 edition of the two-day London Revolution sportive.
The event, set to take place on May 18-19, will see 2,500 riders tackle a 180-mile route.
The ride will start and finish at London’s Docklands, following a route which takes in Epping Forest, the Chilterns, the North Downs and two of London’s Olympic venues: Box Hill, part of this summer’s London 2012 road race route, and two laps of the Herne Hill Velodrome, which hosted the track cycling programme in 1948.
Riders can tackle the full lap of London, including an overnight party at the Windsor racecourse base camp, or you can head home to your own home/hotel and leave your bike in secure storage overnight. Riders can also choose just one of the days to ride.
Entry costs £169 for the two-day ride including camping accommodation (plus dinner, breakfast, live bands and an outdoor cinema), or £78 excluding the overnight stay, while a one-day ride costs £39.
The route will be fully signposted, with medical, mechanical and logistical support throughout, feed stations and chaperone riders along the course and training plans before the event.
Enter online at www.london-revolution.com