Prudential RideLondon at Kingston
Sunday 02 Aug 2015

Don't miss your chance to see the world’s best cyclists battle it out at the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic on Sunday 2 August. This year’s fast and furious showdown will see 150 of the world’s top pro cyclists in 25 teams take on a 200km route through London and Surrey, 2015 featuring Mark Cavendish and Sir Bradley Wiggins for the first time.

Bike Festival
Kingston will be open for business with a festival atmosphere, and is arguably the best place along the entire 100 mile route to base yourself, as it is the only point that the cyclists will pass through on both their outbound and inbound journey. On Sunday 2nd August Kingston will host an action-packed day of family-fun and entertainment when the 25,000 amateur riders and the 150 of the world’s top cyclists race through the town.

Amateur riders are expected to pass through Kingston between 6:50am-11am, and return between 9:30am-4:35pm. Pro riders are expected to pass through Kingston at 2pm, and return past at 5:30pm.

The festival will include: smoothie bike, cycle club stalls, mini fun fair rides, live music, food and craft market, BMX display team, penny farthing and unicycling, Met police bicycle marking, Dr bike check-ups, GO cycle travel advice, cycle Parking....and much more...!

Find out more
Visit Prudential RideLondon's own website here to find out more about the event, plus celebrations and activities going on outside of Kingston.

06:00 - Sunday 02/08/2015
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