Join the world's greatest cycling festival
Leaving the Olympic Park, you’ll head out of the city to take on the climbs of Surrey Hill, before heading back for the finish on The Mall. Join thousands of others for this challenge which will see 25,000 riders take on the legendary a 100-mile closed road circuit through London and Surrey.
Every mile you cycle and every penny you raise will mean that when a child needs us, we’re there. Together we can rebuild children’s lives and prevent abuse from ruining anymore.
Get a charity place
Join our team with one of our registered charity places.
Registration is just £1 and we ask that you raise a minimum of £495 to support our work.
5 reasons to join #TeamNSPCC today
- Your own NSPCC cycling jersey so we can see you on event day and cheer you on.
- Post race picnic with food and refreshments at the finish point in Green Park.
- NSPCC cheer point where we'll give you all the encouragement you need!
- A personalised training plan created by our team of professional coaches just for you!
- NSPCC Facebook and Strava groups to help you keep in touch with your team mates.
"I was really impressed with the level of support I received from the NSPCC - it was lovely to have a jersey to wear on the day! The warm welcome at the finish line and the cheer point at mile 90 made my day."
NSPCC Ride London cyclist 2018
How you’ll make a difference
Abuse changes childhoods, but so can we. By taking part in an event for the NSPCC, you’ll make sure that when a child needs a helping hand, we’re there for them.
Child abuse is preventable, not inevitable. That’s why, every day, we work to protect children and make child abuse a thing of the past.
Whether you're feeling inspired or in need of some ideas, our free fundraising packs are full of hints and tips, advice and materials to get you started.
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Last year a third of all calls to our helpline were about neglect, a figure that's even higher at Christmas. Donate now and help shine a light on children left in the dark.