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Prudential RideLondon 100 Rider Info

by Henry Peacock

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Start time

The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 will start in wave starts between 06:00 and 08:00 on Sunday 4 August 2013. Participants will be seeded, with their starting position indicative of ability and fitness, to deliver a safe and enjoyable event for all. All participants will need to be able to finish the 100 miles within nine hours in order to finish safely in advance of the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic finish and ride safely within a large group.

Those not riding in Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 can still get involved by supporting participants along the route and through a range of additional activities being presented as part of this weekend festival of cycling.

Final Instructions

All participants should have received a Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 Final Instructions Magazine in the post. Please ensure you read this carefully as it contains all the information you need to enjoy a trouble-free Ride Day on Sunday 4 August.

You can also download a copy of the Final Instructions here:
>>>Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 Final Instructions<<<

Transport Survey

Please ensure you have completed the transport survey, which was sent to you by email. This email detailed the various parking and drop-off options open to participants.

Distance Markers

Every 10 miles there will be a distance marker indicating the distance you have travelled at that point. This will be complimented by 95-mile and 99-mile markers to help you to get through the final few miles.

Toilets

In addition to the toilets at the start, there are facilities at each Hub, Drinks Station and at regular intervals along the route for your use. After the start, the first toilets will be on The Highway between the Limehouse Link Tunnel and the Tower of London, just seven miles along the route. Toilets are provided, so please use them! Remember - urinating in public or on private property is illegal.

Hubs & Drinks Stations

The three Hubs will be key welfare points for participants and will offer food, drinks, toilets, medical facilities and basic mechanical assistance.
For any mechanical services, labour will be free, however, you will be required to pay for any parts you require. You must remember to bring your drinks bottles with you on your bicycle as no cups will be provided at these locations. This will help us to reduce litter.

The three Hubs and seven Drinks Stations (with toilet facilities) will be adjacent to the route in the following locations:

Chiswick (Mile 14 - Drinks Station)
Hampton Court Palace (Mile 24 - Hub)
Pyrford Village (Mile 36 - Drinks Station)
Newlands Corner (Mile 45 - Hub)
Holmbury St Mary (Mile 51 - Drinks Station)
Box Hill Village (Mile 68 - Drinks Station)
Leatherhead (Mile 73 - Hub)
Esher (Mile 82 - Drinks Station)
Wimbledon Common (Mile 91 - Drinks Station)
New Kings Road (Mile 95 - Drinks Station)

Accommodation

If you need to book accommodation in London over the Prudential RideLondon weekend, click here. 

To visit the RideLondon 100 webiste please click here>>>