Imagine being part of a 25,000-strong group of riders heading out of the Olympic Park and onto closed roads through London. If you’re right into your riding, this is an opportunity not to be missed. Get a couple of riding buddies, get training and join Men United to help beat prostate cancer.
We have now filled our charity places but if you have secured your own spot we would love to welcome you onto the team, just complete our own place form on the right. There is no minimum fundraising target if you have your own place, we just ask that you raise as much as you can to help beat prostate cancer.
Created as the Olympic legacy event, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2015 will give up to 25,000 riders the chance to ride a 100-mile closed road circuit through London and Surrey, inspired by the 2012 Olympic Road Race.
The ride starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a route through the capital and into Surrey's stunning country roads, including the famous climbs of Leith and Box Hill, before an iconic finish in central London.
Riders have nine hours to complete the course, so it’s a challenge that you and your mates will have to train for. It's worth it though, as our 2014 team loved the unique chance to ride on closed roads with hoards of cheering supporters lining the route ahead of an unforgettable finish in front of Buckingham Palace.
Take a look at photos from the event on our cycling facebook page.
If you’d like to join our team or have any questions about the event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 0203 310 7034.