Prudential RideLondon 100

  • Anywhere
  • 15-16 August 2020
  • You choose the distance!
    A cyclist takes part in RideLondon

    The 2020 Prudential Ride London was unfortunately cancelled but we are excited to announce that the race organisers have launched the brand new virtual ‘My Prudential RideLondon’ event!

    This is your chance to celebrate the world’s biggest festival of cycling whilst also raising money to fight bad housing and homelessness. All you need to do is choose your distance, set up your fundraising page and complete your challenge over the weekend of the 15-16 August.

    Want to find out more about this unique virtual experience? Contact us at cycling@shelter.org.uk or visit www.myridelondon.co.uk.

    RideLondon is a unique charity cycle event, following the route of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race. Featuring traffic-free roads and leg-testing climbs in the beautiful Surrey Hills, this is the perfect ride for seasoned cyclists and those just getting started.

    Already have your own place?

    If you’ve already secured a spot, you can use your place to help fight homelessness by cycling and fundraising for Shelter. We’d love for you to join the team – get in touch below.

    Join Team Shelter

    Have any questions?

    Check our frequently asked questions or get in touch with our team.

    Volunteer

    Want to help out at this event? Sign up to volunteer.

    We can't fight homelessness without your help

    A cyclist pumps his fist in triumph

    The housing crisis is now a national emergency. We believe that a safe home is a fundamental need and basic moral right. By fundraising for Shelter in the My Prudential RideLondon, you can join the fight to defend that right.

    Every mile cycled, every drop of sweat, and every pound raised will make a difference.

    It was the most amazing experience you will ever have, and the Shelter team will look after you very well.

    – Peter Jordan

    Want to know more? Check out our FAQs

    Two RideLondon participants with their arms around each other