Experience the feeling of a fully supported professional cycling event with The Royal British Legion’s Honour Ride. Every aspect of the ride is planned with precision – from the outriders, mechanics and sports physios to the accommodation and transport. We want this to be the most hassle-free experience, so you can simply concentrate on the cycling.
This ride will commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War, taking 2 days to cycle the 230 kilometres from the Cenotaph in the heart of London to the Armed Forces Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum, Staffordshire.
Cycling through six counties the fully signed route is planned to stay away from main roads so after the busy sights and sounds of London, you can soak up the rolling English countryside.
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