Join Team Now and take part in one of the greatest cycling events in the world
Date: Sunday 30 July 2017
Distance: 100 miles
Registration fee: £40
Minimum sponsorship pledge: £650
Join Team Now
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is one of the greatest cycling challenges in the world – and you could be part of it. You can pedal your heart out and raise money for life-saving breast cancer research by:
• Signing up for a Breast Cancer Now place in Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 – get your place today!
• Using your ballot place to ride for us and fundraising for life-saving breast cancer research – apply in the RideLondon ballot now
With its leg-testing climbs and 100 mile route, you will get to take in the iconic sights of the capital and stunning Surrey scenery. It really is cycling’s version of the Virgin Money London Marathon.
Join us today
The RideLondon-Surrey 100 ballot is now open! Apply for a ballot place today and make sure you choose Breast Cancer Now in the charity list to receive regular updates on how to join our team if you are successful.
Please remember that this is a ballot and you are not guaranteed entry. The best way to guarantee yourself a place in the ride is to sign up for one of our charity places.
Want to guarantee your place?
Sign up today for one of our charity places and you will be guaranteed a ride in 2017! If you are also successful in the ballot we will put your ticket price towards your fundraising total for Breast Cancer Now.
Team Now benefits
Everyone on our team will get a free Breast Cancer Now technical cycling jersey, an invite to a training day, access to our exclusive online training zones and fundraising advice to help you reach your target.
You won’t be on your own on the day either as we’ll be there to scream, shout and cheer you on during the ride, plus provide cheer packs for your friends and family.
The Team Now experience
Riding with Team Now makes this more than a cycle and more than a personal challenge! You will be part an amazing group riding to fund groundbreaking research into breast cancer.