About this event
Get on your bike – or scooter, skateboard, tandem, penny farthing, trike, unicycle – and join the free My Prudential RideLondon event to help save the UK’s charities on 15-16 August 2020
Get on your bike – or scooter, skateboard, trike, tandem, penny farthing, roller skates, unicycle – to help save the UK’s charities!
The eighth edition of Prudential RideLondon was due to take place on 15 and 16 August 2020, and while the festival can’t go ahead as planned, we want to keep the wheels moving and celebrate the event weekend by encouraging people to get on their bikes – or any other non-motorised wheeled transport! – and help save the UK’s charities in the process.
My Prudential RideLondon is building on the success of The 2.6 Challenge – created following the postponement of the London Marathon – which became the biggest collective fundraising effort in the world, raising more than £11 million and involving nearly 4,000 charities.
My Prudential RideLondon is your chance to take part in the world’s greatest free festival of cycling. Whatever your age or ability, you can join in – wherever you live in the UK and with whoever you like – family, friends or by yourself.
It’s your ride, your way, for your charity!
It’s easy to register and set up your fundraising page here.
By registering this way, you will benefit from access to the My Prudential RideLondon App, giving an official time, finisher certificate, a chance to win prizes and your VMG fundraising page linked to the donate button in the app, helping you to raise even more!
With the cancellation of most fundraising events and funding for some of our activities, we need your help to support us and raise the funds we desperately need to continue providing our services. The need for our support has increased dramatically. We are prioritising the most vulnerable disabled people, especially those who are older or have low incomes. We are using technology to develop new models of support and e-activities, and have sourced PPE for staff who are delivering critical face-to-face services.
How your gift could make a difference
- £10 pays for a support worker to provide one-to-one to a disabled person for an hour
- £30 pays for a short respite break for parents and carers
- £50 pays for a two-hour workshop to support disabled children and adults to learn new skills
- £100 pays for our Helpline each day providing emotional support to vulnerable people and their families
If you require an further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org