Some of the WorldTour’s best riders are heading for the capital on Sunday (July 31) for the fourth RideLondon-Surrey Classic.
But if you can’t make it down to watch the action unfold in the Surrey Hills and on The Mall, you can watch both the women’s RideLondon Classique and the men’s RideLondon-Surrey Classic live from the comfort of your home.
Tour de France champion Chris Froome headlines a stellar start list for the men’s race, while the women’s event forms part of the inaugural UCI Women’s WorldTour – with both races also serving as an ideal opportunity to fine-tune form ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Both the BBC and Eurosport will be broadcasting the race live from London. The BBC’s coverage of the men’s race will also include live data from the peloton, with two riders from each team part of Velon group to carry tracking devices to transmit heart rate, power, speed, cadence and acceleration. A rider from each team will also be equipped with a GoPro camera, with on-bike footage to be published online after the race.
When and where can you catch the action? Here’s the full television schedule.