Prudential RideLondon
Prudential Ride London is an Annual Festival of cycling now in its 7th year and attracts about 100,000 cyclists on traffic free roads.
 
There are currently 7 events with various length rides. This includes the Classic Route (187 km) for 150 top cyclists and the main Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 with about 25,000 cyclists. This ride begins at 05:45am starting in East London and finishes at the Mall, passing through Raynes Park from 9am- 5.00pm.
 
Several roads will be closed to normal traffic in our area until 7.30pm with steward maintained crossing points and some minibuses. The roads closed and local organisation will be very similar to last year (Ride London community page). The 2019 information will be delivered to households and put on this website when available. It is important that those expecting carers make arrangements in advance.
 
There is generally a festive atmosphere with stalls and music set up near the station and along Combe Lane between Lambton and Tolverne Roads and the cyclists cheered along the route.
Prudential Ride London is an Annual Festival of cycling now in its 7th year and attracts about 100,000 cyclists on traffic free roads.
 
There are currently 7 events with various length rides. This includes the Classic Route (187 km) for 150 top cyclists and the main Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 with about 25,000 cyclists. This ride begins at 05:45am starting in East London and finishes at the Mall, passing through Raynes Park from 9am- 5.00pm.
 
Several roads will be closed to normal traffic in our area until 7.30pm with steward maintained crossing points and some minibuses. The roads closed and local organisation will be very similar to last year (Ride London Community Page - see link on Jane's Update ). The 2019 information will be delivered to households and put on this website when available. It is important that those expecting carers make arrangements in advance.
 
There is generally a festive atmosphere with stalls and music set up near the station and along Combe Lane between Lambton and Tolverne Roads and the cyclists cheered along the route.