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2025 RideLondon – 25 May

25 May 2025

RideLondon is back!  

Sign up for the 2025 event on Sunday 25 May

The iconic Ford RideLondon-Essex 100 returns Sunday 25 May 2025.
The centrepiece of the world’s greatest festival of cycling, the 100-mile challenge is one of the UK’s most famous challenge rides and gives riders a unique opportunity to cycle on traffic-free roads through some of the most famous streets of London, and the picturesque villages and countryside of neighbouring Essex.

How do you sign up? 

Entries for the 2025 100-mile event are available on a first-come, first-served basis so hurry to guarantee your place in this incredibly popular ride.

  • Individual entry for the 2025 Ford RideLondon-Essex 100 costs £99
  • And for the first time ever, you can book together as a group to take on Ford RideLondon-Essex 100 with friends and start in the same wave! You can book for up to five people and take on 100 miles together with friends and family.

As we are asking you to secure your own place in this event, there is no set minimum fundraising target. We are happy to offer guidance on setting your own fundraising target!

If you’d like more information please get in touch with us on  

Is 60-miles more your speed?

Please keep your eye on the link below for information on joining the Ride60 event – at time of writing entry details were still to be confirmed.

Together we can improve diagnosis for the 10,000 people living with PSP & CBD in UK.

Our RideLondon fundraisers, whether they be own place or charity place riders, will receive fundraising support when needed, and we are happy to supply you with a PSPA cycle jersey for on the day.

If you need any additional materials such as sponsor forms, PSPA balloons, flags, clappers, fact cards and leaflets they are available upon request. 

  • Learn more about PSP & CBD
  • Read how your fundraising makes a difference




25 May 2025
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London, UK
London, E16 1XL United Kingdom