Ride for refugees at the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Photo credit: Surrey County Council

Are you a keen cyclist? Looking for a challenge that will help change the lives of refugees in the UK?

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100We have a limited number of places available to ride in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100.

This means that you can skip the ballot and guarantee your participation in the biggest annual cycling fundraising event on the planet!

Sign up as an individual or a team and we’ll support you to take part in this fantastic challenge.

You’ll join 25,000 other riders on 100 miles of fully closed roads, taking in parts of the 2012 Olympic road race. Starting in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the route snakes through the capital and out into the stunning Surrey countryside.

The money you raise on this challenge will help give refugees in the UK a better future.

By raising funds for the Refugee Council you can provide safety to those who are destitute, care to unaccompanied children, healing to those who carry the mental scars of violence and persecution, and a voice to the voiceless. Every penny you raise will go directly towards supporting our vital work to make life better for refugees in the UK.