RideLondon-Essex 100 2022

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RideLondon is back for 2022! One of the greatest cycling challenges with a new and exciting route - you could be a part of it.

Join Team Bliss at RideLondon-Essex 100 and raise money for premature and sick babies.

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 route. You will have the loudest cheerers on the day, fantastic fundraising and training support throughout and a free Bliss cycle jersey.

Ballot place

If you are lucky enough to get your own place in the event, or are successful in the public ballot (open November, results end of January), you can choose to cycle for Team Bliss. There's no minimum fundraising pledge and you still get all the great team benefits.

Date:  Sunday 29th May, 2022

Location:  London and Essex

Registration fee:  £30

Fundraising pledge:  £500

What to expect

This new 100 mile route is on fully closed roads in the heart of London and neighbouring Essex. It will start and finish in central London, with 60 miles of rolling roads through some of Essex’ most beautiful countryside and villages in between. 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.

As part of Team Bliss you will receive:

  • Professional Team Bliss cycling jersey for free!
  • 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 questions
  • Dedicated contact at Bliss giving you one to one support all the way
  • An exclusive Facebook group to speak to other Bliss riders, ask questions and share training tips
  • Plenty of support along the route from the loudest cheerers on the day
  • A post-race meeting point where you can bring friends and family
  • Free race photos courtesy of London Photographic

Join Team Bliss today to experience this new and thrilling 100 mile RideLondon-Essex route and help the 100,000 babies born needing neonatal care in the UK each year.