Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Event: Sunday 10 August
British Cycling affiliated clubs still have the chance to apply for team entries for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, which takes place on Sunday 10 August.
There are three different team categories:
- All men
- All women
- Mixed (two men and two women)
Clubs must specify the number of teams you want in each category when you apply.
How to apply
Applications can be made by clicking here, you will be asked to provide the the name of the club, the number of team entries requested together with the name and email address of the person responsible for managing the club’s entries. If you have any enquires please: email email@example.com
Entries close at 1700 on Friday 21 March, and successful teams will be notified by 28 March 2014.
There are places for 400 teams in the British Cycling Club challenge. If applications are received for more than 400 teams, a ballot will be held.
Clubs can apply for more than one team but all applications from a club must be co-ordinated and submitted by one person on behalf of the club.
If successful, each rider within the team must pay their own entry fee (£48) and complete their own online entry form; all four riders in the team must have completed and paid for their entry by 25 April 2014 or the team will lose its place.
Every club that had a team riding in the 2013 event and applies for 2014 is guaranteed a minimum of one team in the 2014 event.
- A team comprises four riders.
- Every rider in a team must be a current British Cycling member.
- Teams can comprise four men or four women or a mixed team of two men and two women. Riders who hold an Elite or Category 1 British Cycling Race Licence are not eligible to enter the Club Challenge.
- Riders who have already secured an individual place through the original entry ballot or a charity place are not eligible to enter the Club Challenge.
Already secured a place on the RideLondon-Surrey 100 ride? Make sure you prepare properly with one of our Training Plans.
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