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Take part in a virtual bike ride to support the National Eczema Society

The first ever virtual edition of Prudential RideLondon will take place on 15 and 16 August 2020 to celebrate cycling and raise funds for various UK charities.

Prudential RideLondon is an exciting, free event that will enable riders of all ages and abilities to cycle a range of distances, based on the events included in the traditional Prudential RideLondon weekend (which cannot go ahead as planned because of Covid-19). We hope that our supporters will want to take part in the event and raise funds for National Eczema Society.

My Prudential RideLondon includes four challenges for all ages and abilities which participants can do on a route of their choice, wherever they are in the world, on either 15 or 16 August:

  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100: 100-mile ride
  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46: 46-mile ride
  • My Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 19: 19-mile ride
  • My Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle: An event that allows you to set your own challenge (starting from 1km) on the wheels of your choice: bikes, push scooters, skateboards, trikes, balance bikes, rollerskates, wheelchairs or anything that is self-propelled (e-bikes are fine too).

Participants need to register in advance and select their challenge at www.myridelondon.co.uk. They can then start fundraising for their chosen charity or charities.

The new My Prudential RideLondon app will be available to download in event week. Every rider aged over 18 who registers will have the option of being entered into a competition with prizes including a brand-new Brompton bicycle, a High5 nutrition bundle worth and top-of-the-range cycling equipment.

Prudential RideLondon first took place in 2013 as a legacy event from the London 2012 Olympics. In its first seven editions, it has become the world’s greatest festival of cycling, with 100,000 riders of all ages and abilities participating in seven different events on traffic-free roads in London and Surrey. It has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to take up cycling or cycle more often and a total of more than £77 million has been raised for thousands of charities.