Register for the Prudential RideLondon in 2020 Prudential RideLondon 2020This amazing cycle ride was introduced after the London 2012 Olympics, and you can now register for the most exciting cycle ride in 2020 – and ride for charity.Join thousands of other cyclists along the specially closed roads from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park through Surrey’s countryside. You’ll face leg-testing climbs and tricky downhills before finishing on The Mall, central London, where thousands of cheering spectators will push you on and over the finish line.This is the perfect ride for all abilities from lycra-clad enthusiast to beginners.Ridelondon charity placesEvery year cyclists enter the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 via one of Norwood’s guaranteed charity entry places. If you can commit to raise at least £595 for Norwood, we will guarantee you a place in the ride.No ballot, no risks, all fully guaranteed.Fill in the form below, and we will get in touch as soon as places are available — there’s no commitment at this stage, you’re just registering an interest to ride with Norwood.Your name *FirstLastYour email *EmailConfirm EmailPhoneDo you want to ride the "pru" in 2020 with Norwood?MessageSubmitAny questions? Then chat to Katie on 020 8420 6829 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgRidelondon Surrey 2020The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey’s stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it’s a truly spectacular event for all involved.Ridelondon 46This 46-mile sportive created specifically for newer and younger cyclists, offering all the fun of the main ride but aimed at people who might find a 100-mile cycle a challenge.It’s a perfect way to test the route ahead of doing the full 100-mile cycle in 2021.Ridelondon Route 2020Starting from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, cyclists head past Canary Wharf and through the City of London before cycling west along Piccadilly and the A4 at Hammersmith.Riders first cross the River Thames at Chiswick and pass through Richmond Park and the heart of Kingston-upon-Thames, before crossing Hampton Court Bridge along the route made famous by both the road race and time-trial events during the London 2012 Olympic Games.There’s plenty of stunning Surrey countryside on offer as cyclists head south past Newlands Corner, Abinger Hammer and Holmbury St Mary before tackling the biggest ascent on the route at Leith Hill. After a well-earned descent towards Dorking, it’s onto the next challenge: the world-famous zig-zags of Box Hill.After heading north through Leatherhead, Oxshott and Esher the route takes riders back into London through Kingston and over Putney Bridge to cross the River Thames for a final time. The route then follows the Embankment all the way alongside the Thames, heading past some of London’s most famous landmarks as it makes its way across Parliament Square and up Whitehall.The route then swings left at Trafalgar Square, with riders streaming under Admiralty Arch before a spectacular finish on The Mall.Ridelondon FreecyclePrudential RideLondon FreeCycle offers a brilliant opportunity to get the whole family together to experience the fun and freedom of cycling on traffic-free roads in central London.The route is open from 09:00-16:00 and takes in the Strand and Lincoln’s Inn Fields and returns to the Victoria Embankment, taking in a section of the newly opened East-West Cycle Superhighway (CS3).The eight-mile circuit passes iconic London landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England, with stunning views of London to be found everywhere you look.