Ride London 100
- Sunday 16 August 2020
- London and Surrey
- 100 miles
Your place in the ultimate cycling challenge is here
Closed roads are the stuff cyclists' dreams are made of.
Take on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 with Team Scope and you'll follow the 100-mile route made famous at the 2012 Games. Starting at the Olympic Park you'll ride through Central London, passing iconic landmarks along the way. Then it's out into the picturesque Surrey Hills where you'll conquer some leg-testing climbs. Finally you'll pedal back into the capital to finish in style on The Mall. There is no other cycling sportive like it.
Whether you’re a budding novice or a lycra-clad pro, your place in the ultimate cycling challenge is here.
What you'll get on Team Scope
- Free technical cycling jersey to help you look the part
- Expert fundraising support from our Scope Events Team to make reaching the fundraising target easy and fun
- Training guides to suit your level so you can pedal your way to 100 mile success
- The loudest cheers on the course from our Scope cheer squad on the day
Tom, Team Scope Ride London cyclist
When you see the Scope crew at the side of the road it's a blaze of purple and they go wild for you! The adrenaline kicks in and you fly along. It gives you such a boost and makes it all worthwhile as you remember why you’re doing it.
The difference you can make
By signing up to the Ride London 100 challenge with Scope, you'll be raising vital funds to help us end inequality for disabled people.
We know that nearly half of disabled people feel excluded from society. Scope works tirelessly to campaign for change so that disabled people and their families can enjoy equality and fairness in their everyday lives.
£65 could pay for one week of support for a disabled person to access our Starting Line service, a pre-employment training programme for disabled people at the start of the journey into work.
£280 could enable a disabled volunteer to inspire 40 school students to be positive about disability at a Role Models session.
£450 could cover the cost of 50 phone calls to the Scope helpline, providing free, independent and impartial advice and support on issues that matter to disabled people and their families.
Caller to the Scope helpline
I can honestly say that I don’t think I could have coped had it not been for the helpline. They have given me so much time and support through all my difficulties and battles.