When: Sunday 30 July, 2017
Where: London to Surrey
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts at 06:00 in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved. There’s more to London than just concrete and skyscrapers – Ride 100 offers the perfect opportunity to raise vital funds for disabled children in Africa whilst seeing the best of the city on two wheels!
What do you get for riding for AbleChildAfrica?
- An AbleChildAfrica fundraising pack! This includes AbleChildAfrica posters for events, sponsorship forms and helpful fundraising tips and tricks
- A branded AbleChildAfrica cycling vest
- Regular communications from our fundraising team with ideas for events and information about AbleChildAfrica’s work
- Unlimited fundraising support and tips from AbleChildAfrica staff
- An AbleChildAfrica cheering squad on the day!
- The knowledge that you’re supporting an organisation that reached over 8500 children last year alone and is changing lives for disabled children every single day
How do you sign up?
To apply for a place on our team, simply apply at the link below. We aim to get back to you within one working day. We ask our Ride 100 team members to pledge to raise a minimum of £500 (excluding Gift Aid).
Riding Solo? £35 sign up fee + £500 fundraising target
Apply today to take on the course by yourself and pay just £35 to register!
Tandem or trio? £20 sign up fee + £500 fundraising target
Register with one or two friends today and pay just £20 each to register! With your individual £500 fundraising targets, you can fundraise seperately or together to reach your combined goal!
Awesome foursome! £10 sign up fee + £500 fundraising target
Team of four or more? It’ll cost just £10 per person to register. Every one in your team will need to raise £500 to support our life-changing work.
Got a ballot place?
If you already have a place and have paid your entry fee through the event organiser, we would be delighted to have you join our team as an Own Place rider. By signing up as an Own Place rider you must have already received your place and paid your entry fee directly to the event organiser.
Register yourself as an Own Place rider at the following link.