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Ride London - Surrey

4th August 2019

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Key Information

  • Event Date: Sunday 4 August 2019
  • Registration: £25 non-refundable registration fee
  • Fundraising: £500
  • Or one off Self Payment: £350 (includes £25 non-refundable registration fee)

Ride for tiny lives

Join Team Action in July on this Olympic Legacy route starting from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Cycling on closed roads you'll soon be whizzing your way through the streets of London and then out into the beautiful Surrey Hills, tackling climbs such as Leith and the infamous Box Hill. Achieving your goal you'll then head back to London to a hero’s welcome as you cross that finish line and all to help save and change children’s lives!

There are two ways to sign up:

  • Fundraising option – pay a non-refundable £25 registration fee and commit to raising £500 sponsorship for Action Medical Research
  • Self-payment option – pay a one off payment of £350 (which includes a non-refundable £25 registration fee) with no fundraising commitment. However, we would greatly appreciate any fundraising that you can do for Action as every penny counts towards our cause.

Join Team Action and you'll get: 

  • Regular fundraising newsletters with handy fundraising hints and tips and event information
  • A dedicated phone line to the event manager should you have any questions either about your fundraising or about the event
  • An exclusive Action cycling jersey if you bank at least £250 of your sponsorship before 4 June 2019. (Fundraising option only).
  • free place on one of our RIDE100 cycling events 
  • The best Action cheer squad to help you round on the day!

Event Includes

  • Celebrate the Olympic cycling legacy
  • Takes place on the Olympic road cycling route
  • Starts in the new Olympic Park
  • Includes the legendary Box Hill
  • Finish on The Mall
  • Closed road event so you can concentrate on cycling

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