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2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100

31 July 2016
Start times from 6:00am
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park , Stratford, London, E20 2ST

RideLondon-Surrey 100The 2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100 is set to be the biggest yet and we want you to join Team A and help fight arthritis.

Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park making your way through the 100 mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside then finishing on The Mall.

Secure a guaranteed charity place today!

Why wait for the ballot to be announced – you can secure a place on Team A today. Registration is £35 and the minimum sponsorship target is £500 which you have until the 31st August 2016 to raise the minimum target.

Places are limited and they are on a first come first served basis. To apply for a place, click on the ‘Join Team A’ button below, complete the registration form and pay your registration fee – it couldn’t be easier.

Join Team A

If you have entered the public ballot and are yet to find out the result you can still secure a guaranteed charity place. If you find out you are successful in the ballot when it is announced, Arthritis Research UK will amend your registration type and your minimum sponsorship target will no longer apply.

Entering the ballot

The public ballot for the 2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100 will open on the 10th August 2015 and remain open until 100,000 entries or the 8th January 2016. You can enter the ballot by visiting

Don’t forget to select Arthritis Research UK as a charity you wish to cycle for.

All Team A Cyclists receive:

  • Arthritis Research UK cycle jersey
  • full fundraising pack to help maximise your fundraising
  • training plans and nutrition advice
  • cheer points on route to help keep you motivated on the day – friends and family are welcome to join us
  • unlimited support from the Arthritis Research UK Events team before, during and after the race.
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