RideLondon comes to Kingston Sunday 2 August - What's going on?

There are a number of events on Sunday 2 August as part of the RideLondon programme: 

Prudential RideLondon Handcycle Classic
  • from approximately 8am-10am
  • up to 30 elite handcycle athletes on a route from Kingston Ancient Market Place to The Mall
  • starts in Kingston at approximately 8.30am, follows the inbound route back into London to finish on The Mall at 10am

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
  • from approximately 6am-5pm
  • starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then onto a 100-mile route through London to Surrey on closed roads
  • amateur cyclists will be cycling through Richmond to Kingston on their outbound route, from East Sheen to Kingston Bridge, between approximately 6.45am-10.30am
  • as cyclists return to London, they will cycle back via Kingston between 9.35am-4pm before heading towards Merton

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic
  • from approximately 1pm-6pm
  • 150 world-class professional cyclists, including Sir Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish, racing on an extended closed route
  • largely follows the route of the London 2012 Olympic cycling road races
  • will reach Richmond and Kingston on the outbound route, from East Sheen to Kingston Bridge, at approximately 1.45pm
  • then race back towards London via Kingston, cyclists will reach Kingston Ancient Market Place at approximately 5.15pm

Saturday 1 August

There are also events taking place in central London on Saturday 1 August - these will have a limited impact on Kingston. 

Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle
  • Event runs from approximately 9am-4pm
  • A family-friendly, mass participation bike ride on an eight-mile traffic-free route through central London
    Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix
    • Event runs from approximately 5pm
    • A series of races around St James Park in central London including the 10th Brompton World Championship