Ride London 2024
This 100-mile challenge is the UK’s most famous cycle event
The iconic Ford RideLondon-Essex 100 will return next year on Sunday 26 May 2024. The 100-mile challenge is one of the UK’s most famous cycle events and gives riders a unique opportunity to pedal on traffic-free roads through some of the most famous streets of London and the picturesque villages and countryside of neighbouring Essex.
Want to join thousands of others on an epic journey that takes in both the buzz of central London and the beauty of rural Essex? You’ll also be raising money for people whose lives are put on pause because of pain and isolation caused by migraine. Every mile you cycle and every penny you raise will support anyone living with debilitating migraine.
To take part you just need to pay a £50 registration fee and pledge to raise £350 for people living with debilitating migraine. To guarantee your place, we ask that you raise at least £250 two months before the event.
Already have your own place for the Ride London but want to make a difference for people living with migraine? Then we’d love to have you on board #TeamMigraine. Click the link below to register and chose “Own Place” registration at checkout.
The Ford-RideLondon-Essex 100 route will set off from Victoria Embankment in central London, head past the Olympic Park and through the London boroughs of Westminster, City of London, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Hackney, Waltham Forest and Redbridge before coursing into Essex via Epping Forest.
Riders will then glide through some of the county’s most picturesque towns, villages and countryside – including Epping, Ongar, Great Dunmow, Felsted and Writtle – with a section of the route replicating the 2014 Tour de France stage that went through Essex and finished in London.
- Time: 08:00 am
- Date: 26 May 2024
- Location: London
- Registration fee: £50
- Fundraising target: £350