Follow in the tracks of some of cycling’s biggest names like Bradley Wiggins, Lizzie Armitstead and Mark Cavendish, and challenge yourself to this 100 mile cycle for leukaemia research.
Sunday 4th August 2019, London and Surrey
Leuka Charity Places:
The console for the Prudential Ride London Surrey 2019 is now closed.
If you have your own ballot place and want to join #TeamLeuka please click the purple button below to sign up and our fundraising team will be in touch with you shortly. As an own-place runner, there’s no minimum sponsorship to meet.
Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned cyclist, this is a charity bike ride for all abilities! Challenging and fun - this yearly festival of cycling is a great day out, a great way to get fit and a great way to support leukaemia and blood cancer research. You'll start at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford and ride on closed London roads, past famous landmarks. On you'll go, out into the beautiful Surrey countryside to the challenging ascent of Leith Hill! Through Dorking, zig-zagging Box Hill, you'll head back through Leatherhead, Oxshott and Esher back towards the River Thames and a spectacular finish on the Mall. A stunning personal achievement and all in aid of vital cancer research that aims to bring treatments to patients faster.
What you get with #TeamLeuka:
- Personal support from our friendly fundraising team!
- A helpful fundraising kit
- A technical running vest
- Plus an invitation to our exclusive fundraiser Facebook group so you can get to know the rest of #TeamLeuka
Why support us:
Every day 27 people are diagnosed with leukaemia: that’s more than one every hour. At Leuka, we're a specialist cancer charity funding researchers who aim to translate their findings into new treatments as quickly as possible, so patients
can live better, longer lives. We fund researchers like Dr Lisa Hopcroft at the University of Glasgow, who is working on a better understanding of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia genetics; work that could expose weaknesses in the cancer that could then be targeted by new