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29/07/2018

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Category: Cycle

 

Join over 20,000 cyclists for a 46 or 100 mile cycle challenge that takes in the iconic sights of London and the Surrey hills on closed roads in a modified version of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race.

Whether you are a seasoned club cyclist or just starting out, this is the perfect ride for you.

There are leg-busting climbs and spectacular scenery before you cross the finish line on the Mall.

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I need a place

A Teenage Cancer Trust charity place gives you guaranteed entry in this popular event.

For the 100 miles, the registration fee is £40 and we ask you to raise £500 to support young people with cancer. Sign up now

For the 46 miles, the registration fee is £20 (£10 early bird) and we ask you to raise £250 to support young people with cancer. Sign up now

I have a ballot place

Did you get a place in the ballot in the 100 Mile event or the 46?

Congratulations! You can join our team for free today, and we'll help you raise as much as you can.

Once you're signed up, we'll send you a welcome pack to help with your fundraising, and a free Teenage Cancer Trust cycling jersey!

5 reasons to cycle with us:

We could go on all day about why you should join our team, but that would be boring so we'll keep it short. Here are our top 5 reasons:

  1. You'll be helping young people with cancer.
  2. You'll get an exclusive Teenage Cancer Trust cycling jersey.
  3. You'll have free access to our incredible training zone.
  4. You'll get all the fundraising help you need to reach your goal.
  5. You'll have an amazing race day experience as we'll be there to cheer you on!
     

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For every young person we can currently support, there's another we can't. We need to raise £20 million by 2020 to reach every young person with cancer. Find out more ›