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RideLondon 2022

Event Type Cycle
Date 29 May 2022
Location London
Registration fee £49
Fundraising target £600 per person
Level Tough

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The Challenge

The world’s greatest festival of cycling returns on Sunday 29 May 2022, with a new format and an  exciting new route! RideLondon-Essex 100 is a unique opportunity to ride 100 miles on traffic-free roads through the heart of London and neighbouring Essex. It will start and finish in the centre of the capital, with 60 miles of rolling roads through some of Essex’s most beautiful countryside and villages in between.

Route

From the Start Line on Victoria Embankment, the 2022 route will head out into the Essex countryside for a 65-mile loop before returning to London for the spectacular finish at Tower Bridge. The full route will be revealed in the new year. 

What do I get when I ride with Alzheimer's Society?

Before

  • Our friendly team will be here every step of the way to help you get race day ready.
  • We'll send you a welcome pack with fundraising help and materials.

  • A free cycling top to represent us on the day when you raise £200.

  • Access to our Facebook group where you can get support from other cyclists.

  • Receive training plans from our professional cycling coaches. As an Alzheimer's Society rider you can contact them at any time to ask training, nutrition or injury related questions.

Throughout

  • You'll be changing the lives of people living with dementia and moving us closer to a cure.

On the big day

  • We'll have the loudest cheer stations on the course and will help spur you to the finish line!

  • Attend our after-party where you can celebrate with your friends and family.

Fundraising materials

Balloons, banners, buckets. We've got it all. 

We'll be on hand every step of the way to help you reach your £600 target! If you have any questions or would like some ideas, please don't hesitate to get in touch by emailing [email protected]

FAQs

How fit do I need to be?

This is a tough challenge which will require a high level of fitness. You will cover a distance of 100 miles during the day.. It should be achievable for most people with adequate training - once you have registered we will provide you with a training programme to help you build up your endurance cycling skills and get fit for the challenge.

Where does the event start and finish?

RideLondon-Essex 100 will start and finish in the centre of London, with 60 miles of rolling roads through some of Essex’s most beautiful countryside and villages in between. The full route will be announced in early 2022.

Is the fundraising target per person?

In order to cover the cost of your place, you will need to individually raise £600 if you purchase one of our charity places. We do encourage teams to sign up, but each individual team member will be required to hit the overall target. 

What is the age limit? 

Please note that the minimum age for the Prudential RideLondon-Essex 100 is 18 on or before 29 May 2022

How do I volunteer at the event

Join our cheer team at RideLondon

We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to support our cyclists at cheer points around the course. We'll kit you out with an Alzheimer's Society t-shirt and provide lots of cheer equipment so you can really make some noise! 

With your help we aim to give our cyclists an amazing event day experience, boost them over the finish line, and set them on their way to raising even more money to change the lives of people affected by dementia. And we can guarantee you'll have a great time!

For more in formation please email [email protected]

I bought my place from the organisers , how do I join your team?

Congratulations on already securing your place with the organisers and thank you so much for wanting to support Alzheimer's Society with your own place. Simply fill in this 'I have my own place' form to join our team, we'll be in touch shortly after.

Got a question?

Our friendly team will be more than happy to help!

Call us on 0330 333 0804 or email [email protected]

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