You could be one of 20,000 cyclists taking on the famous Box Hill as part of this stunning cycle challenge.

31 Jul 2016 | London and Surrey

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

When: 31 July 2016

Where: London and Surrey

Distance: 100 miles

Registration: £50

Sponsorship target: £575

To guarantee your place in the ride sign up for a WaterAid place today.

Don’t forget the ballot for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 2016 opens on 10 August. Visit the RideLondon website for more information and to enter.

RideLondon-Surrey 100 is the capital’s biggest cycling event, with over 25,000 cyclists all taking on this celebrated 100 mile route. Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, riders enjoy an exclusive traffic free route out to Surrey’s beautiful countryside, take on the famous Box Hill and Leith Hill, before heading back into London to finish on The Mall!

On Sunday 2 August 2015 we had an amazing team of 110 cyclists take part in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 for WaterAid.

It was a brilliant day with lovely weather and the support around the course was great as our teams of staff and volunteers cheered the runners on to reach the finish line!

Together our team of RideLondon cyclists have raised an incredible £75,000 to help #FinishThirst!
Sponsorship details
How to send sponsorship in 

If you've set up a fundraising webpage, the monies donated on-line should be transferred to WaterAid automatically. However, if you've raised money off-line, here is how to get it sent to us: 

It is more efficient and cost effective for us to process sponsorship in batches, which saves funds that can instead be used to help some of the world's poorest people gain access to safe water and sanitation. We therefore ask that you collect as much sponsorship as possible before sending it to:

The Events team
47- 49 Durham Street
London SE11 5JD

Please remember to include the following information when sending in your sponsorship:
  • Your name 
  • What the sponsorship is for  
  • Sponsor form with names/addresses of the sponsors and whether they would like to apply Gift Aid 
We strongly recommend that you send your sponsorship via recorded delivery so that you can track and hopefully retrieve your envelope if it goes missing. Sponsorship does go missing in the post from time to time, and it's hugely disappointing for both cyclists and the charity, so recorded delivery is always worth the extra effort.