Unfortunately due to the current situation, this event has been cancelled and will no longer take place on Sunday 16 August. We will be in touch with our charity place holders to confirm what happens with your places. If you have a ballot place, you will receive a full refund from the event organisers no later than the 31st July. For more information please visit the event organisers website to read the official statement.

 London and Surrey  Sunday 16 August 2020
  £550 minimum sponsorship   £50 registration fee
  100 miles

About the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 

Ride London is extremely exciting and one of the most popular cycling events around. There is no other closed-road event like it that combines fun and accessible elements that this event does!

The Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 route offers a perfect, traffic-free ride for a range of cycling abilities. Everyone can enjoy a challenging day in the saddle pedalling through the roads of London and Surrey. Cyclists will set off from the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, pass Canary Wharf and continue through the City of London, before discovering the stunning countryside Surrey has to offer.

Cyclists will head south past Newlands corner before tackling the biggest ascent on the route at Leith Hill. After a well-earned descent towards Dorking, cyclists will face their next challenge, the world-famous zig-zags of Box Hill, before heading back to London through Kingston, over Putney Bridge to cross the River Thames for a final time.

Team Autism participant James tells us why he's participating in Ride London this year.

Read the full story here

Register your interest for 2021

With the uncertainty of Covid-19 and mass participation events, we are not sure what position the event is going to be next year and are waiting to hear from the event organisers about the format. If you would like to register your interest for a place on Team Autism, please click the button below and someone from the Events Team will be in touch once we have clarification on the event next year and when registration is open.

Register your interest

What if I have my own place in the official Ride London ballot?

Cyclists who were awarded a place will be unable to take part in the event this year due to it’s cancellation and will not be able to defer their place to the event in 2020. The event organisers will be issuing a full refund for those who received a ballot entry.

Cyclist at Ride London

Why cycle with us?

Email events@nas.org.uk to find out about riding for our charity. As a part of our team you’ll receive:

  • dedicated training support, with a comprehensive guide, including nutrition, kit and advice on avoiding injury
  • dedicated fundraising support from our Events Officer, John
  • a free cycling jersey when you reach your minimum sponsorship amount.
  • a practice ride before the event, taking in some of the steepest climbs of the route!
  • an invitation to our exclusive post-ride picnic in Green Park!
  • the chance to transform autistic people's lives with your fundraising efforts.

Multiple Ride London, Team Autism participant Arran Linton-Smith tells us about his experiences on 2 wheels and why he has supported our charity since his autism diagnosis in 2012.

Read the full story here