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Prudential RideLondon set to start at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 March 2016

Sir Bradley Wiggins during the launch of Prudential RideLondon 2016 at Lee Valley VeloPark, London.

Sir Bradley Wiggins during the launch of Prudential RideLondon 2016 at Lee Valley VeloPark, London.

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The world’s greatest festival of cycling and two-time winner of a BT Sport Industry Award, Prudential RideLondon, is returning to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this year.

With the ride that features more than 100,000 cyclists, once again starting off the race at the Stratford-based park, before completing either a 46 or a 100 mile cycle to Surrey.

Where you can ride through the capital and into Surrey’s countryside, before returning to London and crossing the finishing line at the Mall in St James’s Park.

The marathon style cycle race that last year included stars like Sir Bradley Wiggins, Ben Swift and Ian Stannard will take place on the weekend of Saturday, July, 30 and Sunday, July, 31.

If you are interested in applying for either the 46 or the 100 it will cost £39 to £58 - visit PrudentialRideLondon.co.uk to sign-up.


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