Online registration is now open for next year’s Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, the world’s biggest sportive.
The 2018 edition will take place on Sunday 29 July as part of the that weekend’s sixth Prudential RideLondon festival.
Entry fees for the closed road event have been held at £69, the same as this year, and you can register here.
Registration will be closed on 5 January 2018 or once 80,000 people have registered, whichever comes first, with a ballot then determining who is allocated a place.
Online registration for places on the shorter Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 event, which made its debut in 2016, will open next year.
Event director Hugh Brasher said: "The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 is now the most popular sportive in the world with more people applying to ride this event than any other ride on the international calendar.
“More than 100,000 riders have crossed the famous finish line on The Mall in the first five years of the event, raising tens of millions of pounds for charity on the way."
At this year’s Prudential RideLondon, around 100,000 in total rode in the various events - most of those on the family-friendly FreeCycle event on the Saturday on an eight-mile closed road circuit in the heart of the capital.
> Prudential RideLondon 2017: the highs, and the lows
The new neoliberal society: you're on your own...
I fell for the trek one and started speculating what the steerer tube looked like until I realised.... nice one.
What's that, Skippy? You don't think that mistake was accidental? You think someone should raise it with the press complaints commission? Yes, that...
Thanks - that's much cheaper than I've been quoted locally, makes it worthwhile to have done.
Segregation would really improve it.
Where are the cycling philanthropists? Someone should support this essential race. Shameful. Laughing stock of Europe.
I completely understand your first impression. But this type of cage was completely new in 2015. It consists of four parts glued together: two...
No, he ran a single front setup at Milan-San Remo but no Classified. As far as I know Campenaerts is the only World Tour rider thus far to have...
Is it a target or is it a no sign..? There's only one way to find out...
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-65132205 Self driving car fancied a pint