Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 is a brilliant introduction to mass participation cycle events and you could be part of it.

Join #TeamBliss at the 2018 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 and raise money for premature and sick babies 

The 46-mile route is on fully closed roads, taking in parts of the Olympic road race route. The ride starts in the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows the closed roads through the capital and ends down the iconic Mall to Buckingham Palace.

Whether this is your first big challenge or you’re a seasoned cyclist, our experienced team at Bliss will be with you every step of the way.

There are two ways to join our team:

Team Bliss charity places 

We can guarantee you a place as part of the best team on the course. You will have the loudest cheerers on the day, a Bliss training ride, fantastic fundraising and training support throughout and a free Bliss cycle jersey.

Ballot place

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 ballot is now closed and results will be with you very shortly. If you are successful in getting a place we’d love for you to join our #TeamBliss. There's no minimum fundraising pledge and you still get all the great team benefits.

Date:  Sunday 29th July, 2018

Location:  The Olympic Park, Stratford, London

Registration fee:  £15

Fundraising pledge:  £250

Registration deadline:  Friday 22nd June, 2018

Bliss cheers at the event

As part of Team Bliss you will receive:

  • Free Bliss cycling kit
  • Lots of  ideas and support to help make your fundraising easy and fun
  • Support from our personal trainer, who will be on hand to answer any training or nutrition questions
  • Regular updates from us, giving you event info and fundraising tips
  • An online forum to speak to other Bliss riders and share training tips
  • Meet the Bliss team at the ExCel Cycling Show before the ride
  • Lots of support along the route from our team of cheerers
  • A post-race meeting point, to meet up with friends and family

Join Team Bliss today to experience the thrilling 46-mile Ride London route and help the 95,000 babies born premature or sick every year.