Join #TeamSallyArmy in this epic cycling event
Ride with #TeamSallyArmy in 2019 with one of guaranteed charity places.
Join our team with your own place!
The Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 ballot will be open soon. If you enter the ballot and receive the fantastic news that you’ve secured get a place we would be thrilled if you joined our team.
If you secure a ballot place there is no minimum sponsorship, we’re grateful for every £1 you raise.
We pride ourselves in really looking after our riders, and will provide lots of one-on-one support, a cycling jersey, fundraising pack and on the day cheer squad!
Don't miss out on your opportunity to take part in this fantastic event!
As part of The Salvation Army Team you’ll receive:
- A dedicated Prudential RideLondon–Surrey 100 Rep to give you fundraising support
- A fundraising pack
- A Salvation Army cycling jersey
- Support from The Salvation Army Cheering Squad on race day
- A Salvation Army goody bag
By riding and fundraising for us, you are teaming up with a real force for good in today's world and you will help us literally transform lives!
Get in touch!
We have an enthusiastic and dedicated team ready to support you with ideas, fundraising materials – or for a pre-event pep talk, if you need us, we’re here! Please don't hesitate to get in touch: 020 7367 4819 | email@example.com
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- When: July 2019
- Where: London & Surrey
- Distance: 100 miles
- Highlights: This cycling challenge is a true legacy of the 2012 Games - a truly spectacular event for all involved.
- Commitment: £20 registration fee plus the sponsorship pledge of £550