The national OCD charity, run by and for people with lived experience of OCD
Sunday 16th August 2020
Follow in the tracks of Bradley Wiggins, Lizzie Armitstead and Mark Cavendish celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games by taking part in the RideLondon-Surrey epic 100-mile cycle ride along London and Surrey's closed roads in the largest charity fund-raising cycle race in the world.
Starting from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. The course then follows closed roads through the city and London’s iconic landmarks and into Surrey's picturesque country roads and rolling hills, taking on the famous Box Hill before coming back to the capital to a triumphant finish on the Mall. It’s a challenge at 100 miles with only 9 hours to complete the course, but you get to race on closed roads, and it is sure to be an exciting and inspirational event.
Slower cyclists can enjoy a challenging ride while faster riders will relish the opportunity to pit themselves against the country’s top amateurs. With leg-testing climbs and a route recently made famous by the world’s best cyclists, this promises to be truly spectacular event for all involved. The RideLondon100 will finish in iconic central London, shortly before the pro riders race in the Classic event on a similar route.
The RideLondon 100 will start in wave starts between 06:00 and 08:00. Participants will be seeded, with their starting position indicative of ability and fitness, to deliver a safe and enjoyable event for all. All participants will need to be able to finish the 100 miles within around 9 hours in order to finish safely in advance of the RideLondon Classic finish and ride safely within a large group.
Please Note: You will need your own bicycle and cycling helmet to take part.
LOW fundraising target of £450 and NO registration fee!
We just ask you raise the first £50 before the end of June.
The Ride London-Surrey Course (2018 course)
Route subject to change
Some of our #FantasticFundraisers from a previous Ride London-Surrey100.
We hope you might be using the #TeamOCDUK hashtag for OCD-UK soon.
How OCD-UK Support You
We're going to do our very best to support you with advice and information in preparation for your big day, so you can simply focus on your training and fundraising.
Regardless if you're cycling for Team OCD-UK with one of our event places, or your own ballot place, we will support you equally, and we will send you...