Spaces Available To Cycle RideLondon Surrey 100 With Love Kingston

Love Kingston has 18 places secured for the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 on Sunday 31st July through RBK. The 100 mile route pedals through the heart of Kingston upon Thames and takes on some of the toughest leg-climbs including Box Hill and Leith Hill.

Love Kingston raises funds for amazing community projects throughout the borough that support some of its most vulnerable and isolated residents. It's an important event in the fundraising calendar - and Love Kingston are delighted that to get guaranteed places alongside some of the largest charities. Every penny raised stays local. The funds raised will help build a legacy fund for grant-making, make small grants for groups working on the theme of Isolation to Integration and support the development of Love Kingston as a local community fund.

Love Kingston will provide cycling jerseys, a central location in Kingston on the route for friends, family and supporters (and much needed refreshments!), advice on fundraising and a pre-event meet-up.  They suggest setting a minimum target and can work with each individual rider on what's right for them. The registration fee for this year is £58.

If anyone is keen to take part or find out more please contact sorrel.parsons@londoncf.org.uk or 07990 925342. Once they have received a rider's email address, an individual link to register through the secure online RideLondon portal will be sent. 

You can find details here at http://bit.ly/RideKingston.
 

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