22 March 2013

22 March 2013Ride London – Surrey 100, Sunday 4th August


Ride London –Surrey 100 on Sunday, 4th August 2013 is a new and exciting ultimate cycling challenge with 20 000 participants, over 100 miles! One year after the Olympics, this is a fantastic way to celebrate the legacy created by London 2012!

The race starts in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and goes through the closed roads of London and the Surrey Hills and finishes on the Mall in central London. But the distance is not the only challenge. All those taking part must complete the course in nine hours as the elite race, including many of the Olympic greats, will be hot on your wheels.

Ride London-Surrey 100 is set to become the largest charity cycle race in the world. Brought to you by the organizers of the London Marathon and supported by British Cycling this is the premiere event for any cycling enthusiast in 2013!

“I urge every Londoner and cycle fanatic from all over the country, if not the world, to mark the weekend of 3 August 2013 in their diaries. That weekend RideLondon 100 will come to the capital and over 48 hours, there will be the opportunity for tens of thousands of cyclists to take part in what I believe will become one of the world’s number one cycling event.” Boris Johnson

ACE has a limited number of places available in the RideLondon-Surrey100. If you are ready for this challenge and can raise a minimum of £600 please contact Tash at event@ace-africa.org or telephone 0207 933 2997. The registration cost is £75.

The deadline for registering is 15th of May!