2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park , Stratford, London, E20 2ST
Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park you could be 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 alongside 25,000 other cyclists. How do I join Team A?
You can join Arthritis Research UK’s very own Team A by securing a guaranteed charity place today so why wait for the ballot? Registration is £35 and the minimum sponsorship target is £500. All you have to do is click the ‘Join Team A’ button below, complete our online registration form and your place is secured.
The public ballot for the 2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100 is open and you can enter now. Visit
www.ridelondon.co.uk to enter the ballot today.
Remember to select Arthritis Research UK as the charity you would like to ride for if you are successful!
What do I get?
All our Team A cyclists receive:
an official welcome pack, including our Guide to Fundraising with tips and advice to help raise vital funds for Arthritis Research UK, sponsorship forms and posters to help promote your fundraising
top training, nutritional and health advice to make sure you’re ready for the big day
an official Arthritis Research UK orange cycling jersey to wear on the big day
support from the Arthritis Research UK events team before, during and after your challenge
dedicated Team A cheer points on the day around the route
Prosecco in the park – join us for a post-race glass of fizz
access to our 2016 RideLondon-Surrey 100 Facebook group where you can share training tips and fundraising advice with your team mates before the big day
What else do I need to know?
be 18 years old to take part in this event
complete the route within 8hrs 30minutes
adhere to the organisers list of permitted bikes (more information can be found here)
collect your race pack from the RideLondon-Surrey 100 expo from the 28th July – 30th July 2016 at London’s ExCel Centre, Docklands
be available to start on the 31st July from 6:00am
Securing a charity place
registration fee is £35
your registration fee is non-refundable
your minimum sponsorship target is £500 and you have until 31st August 2016 to get the sponsorship into Arthritis Research UK
you can still enter the ballot, if you are successful Arthritis Research UK will amend your registration type and your minimum sponsorship target will no longer apply
Entering the ballot
the ballot will close on the 8th January 2016 or when 100,000 applications have been received
the ballot is chosen at random and facilitated by the organisers of the race
you should find out at the end of January 2016 on the outcome of your ballot entry
the public ballot registration fee is £58 and is separate from Arthritis Research UK’s registration fee