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What You Need To Know About Prudential RideLondon

by Adam Tranter

Where Will The Events Take Place?

Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle will take place on an eight-mile route in central London.

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RideLondon FreeCycle Route Map

Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix will take place on closed roads in and around St James's Park in central London.

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RideLondon Grand Prix Route Map

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will take place on closed roads in London and Surrey. The sportive will start at Queen Elizabeth Park in east London before heading through the capital and out into the Surrey countryside. There will be road closures, bus diversions and parking restrictions.

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RideLondon 100 Route Map

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic will take place on an extended version of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 route. Starting at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, professional cyclists will head through the capital and into Surrey to the testing climbs of Box Hill and Leith Hill before heading back to the finish on The Mall. There will be road closures, bus diversions and parking restrictions.

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RideLondon London-Surrey Classic Route Map

To download a .pdf file of the above maps please follow the links below:

RideLondon FreeCycle Route
RideLondon Grand Prix Route
RideLondon 100 Route
RideLondon London-Surrey Classic Route

Where Are The Best Places To Watch The Event?

The whole route is unticketed, so everyone will be able to watch for free. Certain areas will be closed to spectators for safety reasons.

The route has many excellent vantage points and is close to some stunning and unique attractions. In certain areas of outstanding natural beauty and conservation areas, spectator numbers will be restricted to protect the local habitats. These are open-air events so spectators should come prepared for all weather conditions.

Will The Event Be Shown On Television?

BBC TV is planning extensive coverage of the event including four hours of coverage on Sunday 4 August plus live coverage of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic on the red button.

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