Four years on from the London 2012 Olympic Games, one of its most successful legacy events – the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 sportive – will return for its fourth edition this year.
The closed-road sportive, which follows a route similar to that of the Olympic road race and takes in a 100-mile route through the Surrey Hills and boasts a grandstand finish on The Mall, has proved hugely popular since first launching in 2013.
This year’s ballot once again attracted tens of thousands, but if you missed out we’ve teamed up with event partners Continental to offer 50 places on the RideLondon start line.
We rode RideLondon in its inaugural year and it remains one of our favourite events: a century ride on closed roads, taking in some of the capital’s best sights before heading out into the hills.
Still not convinced? Here’s why the RideLondon 100 should top your priority list. Want to be on the start line? Don’t forget to enter our competition to win your place for 2016 – we’ve got 50 places up for grabs courtesy of Continental.