The return of RideLondon will see an increased capacity of 24,000 riders tackle the 100-mile sportive this year.
Starting out at the Olympic Park, the RideLondon-Surrey 100 takes riders along a route based on that used for the London 2012 Olympic road race – with Box Hill and a grandstand finish on the Mall included.
Ballot results have already been announced but there is still chance to sign up for your place with Whizz-Kidz – though time is running out.
Entries with the disabled children’s charity end on Wednesday (May 7) and cost just £30 to register with a minimum fundraising target of £1,000.
In return, anybody signing up with Whizz-Kidz will benefit from personal support from the events team, access to a team coach and training plan and the Whizz-Kidz cycling jersey.
Fundraising resources, invitations to the charity’s exclusive bike seminar and cheering points along the course are also included in the price.
A post-race recovery session, with massages, hot shows and refreshments will be available through Whizz-Kidz on the day too.
To get a reduction on the fundraising pledge, just quote ‘RCUK’ when registering.