Want to 'Ride London' for the fight against leukaemia?

Ride London cyclist

06th February 2019

If you love exploring the world on two wheels, Ride London 2019 could be your ideal way to support Leuka's vital work looking for new cures and treatments for leukaemia and other blood cancers.

This year we have four places available for Leuka supporters keen to strap on their helmets and raise some funds. The Ride London 100 takes place on Sunday, 4th August. 

The ride starts at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford and takes you along closed London roads, past famous landmarks and then out of the city into the beautiful Surrey countryside up Leith Hill. Then you go all through Dorking, zig-zagging Box Hill, before heading back through Leatherhead, Oxshott and Esher towards the River Thames and a spectacular finish on the Mall. 

If this sounds like a challenge that's right up your cycle path. Then head to our Get Involved page here and register your interest now.