This ride has now passed.
Many thanks to everyone who took part in the London to Windsor bike ride on Sunday!
Enjoy a late Summer's day cycling from Richmond Green through the pretty villages of the Thames Valley to Alexandra Gardens in Windsor. There's a choice of 55 and 37 mile on-road routes or a shorter 29 miles which includes some towpaths. The short route has a family option through Windsor Great Park to the finish.
At the finish by the river you'll find entertainment, food stalls, beer tent, music and sports massage. Head for the circus big top!
‘Just wanted to say thanks for the organisation of the London to Windsor ride last Sunday. Really good route and great finish - we've done a number of your rides and much prefer them to others which are really competitive and more macho. Your rides attract a good mix of riders which means a relaxed atmosphere at start, finish and on the ride.’ P.H
"Thanks for a fantastic day's cycling from London to Windsor, great organisation - well marshalled, refreshments and mechanics and excellent signing on the route." S. H.
"We rode the London to Windsor, the first event for my firm's team. We dipped a toe in the water to see if we were up to it - we were so impressed with the organisation and friendly people we will be doing plenty more of your events again." C. A.
|Start||Richmond Green (off Kew Rd) Richmond, Surrey TW9 1QF|
|Finish||Alexandra Gardens, Barry Avenue (off High St.), Windsor, SL4 5HZ|
|Distance||29, 37 or 55 miles (approx)|
|Challenge Rating||Long Route
Short Route |
|Getting There: Car||A316 (Twickenham Rd) Pay & Display Parking available|
|Getting There: Train||Richmond Station is around 300 yards from the start at Richmond Green.
A strengthened rail service runs from Windsor & Eton Riverside station (100 yds from the finish) hourly from 07.00 to take riders to the start and throughout the afternoon taking riders back to London Waterloo via Richmond. FFI call National rail Enquiries on 08457 48 49 50 or visit the South West trains website
|Start Times||9.00am - 10.30am at a time to suit you|
|Other Info||Minimum age 8 on the 29 and 37 mile routes and 14 on the 55 mile route.
Riders under 16 must be accompanied by an adult over 18.
It is recommended that all riders wear a helmet. A selection of helmets will be available for purchase on the day.
** We recommend that all riders have both bike and personal liability insurances as we cannot be held responsible for damage, loss or theft of your bike or personal items or personal liability.**
GPX routes are available after you have signed up.
For answers to common queries about our rides, please see our ONLINE FAQs
|Pricing||Entry Pack (£20.00)|
Team Entry (Enter total no. required. Price per person) (£19.50)
Children's Entry (15 & under) (£9.00)
Student Entry (£14.50)
SUPPORT SERVICESRULES OF THE RIDERIDE PREPARATION
This is an Open Event - your entry fee goes towards the running of the ride.
You can ride for one of the charities below (select when you book online) or for a charity of your choice (contact them after you've booked to arrange sponsorship collection).
CHARITIES - please click HERE for information about how to get involved and for details of our Open Event fundraising packages.
We exist to educate and remind every 18-30 year old in the UK that checking their boobs isn't only fun, it could save their life. How do we do this? We target music lovers at festivals and students at Universities. We launch national awareness campaigns that get amazing PR. We organise events that are fun and inspiring. We engage fellow young breast cancer survivors to be our voice and we pester famous faces to help us reach an even wider audience. We're like a friendly bop on the head when you least expect it. You won't find us shaking a bucket on the streets, but we will be there asking you when you last checked your boobs.
Reg. No. 1132366
Orchid exists to save men's lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through pioneering research and promoting awareness.
Over 43,000 men will be diagnosed with a male-specific cancer in the next 12 months; from sons to grandfathers all men face the risk of prostate, penile or testicular cancer. Orchid plays a leading role in the fight against male cancer through research and awareness and by supporting patients
So please get as many sponsors as you can. You can set up an online fundraising page at www.justgiving.com
Your entry fee pays only for the safe running of the ride. Please ask your friends and family to sponsor you and help raise much needed funds– it makes a huge difference to Orchid’s work.
Registered in England with the Charity Commission No 1080540. Company Registered in England No. 3963360
The Friends of Royal Brompton is a successful small charity that has supported the work of the Royal Brompton Hospital since the 1960’s. The hospital is the largest specialist heart and lung centre in the UK carrying out some of the most complicated surgery, and offering some of the most sophisticated treatment that is available anywhere in the world. Patients come from all over the UK and it is hugely deserving of our support. We provide funding for equipment and amenities for staff and patients and all sponsorship money raised for our charity goes directly to these projects. Registered charity no. 278058
The Foundation was set up following the death of Alexander from Myocarditis, a viral disease affecting the heart, when he was just 18 years old. This disease may affect individuals of all ages but most frequently affects the young. All money raised by your fundraising will go directly to fund research into the treatment and cure of Myocarditis, headed by Dr Prasad at the Royal Brompton Hospital.
Together with your help, the Foundation aims to spread awareness of Myocarditis and continue to raise funds for ongoing research, with the ultimate goal of saving the lives of young people like Alexander in the future.
Orthopaedic Research UK (ORUK) aims to improve the lives of millions of adults and children affected by bone and joint disease through funding high quality research, training and education.
Our research projects promote collaboration between surgeons, scientists and engineers. They have helped develop new artificial limbs and joints, led to better pain relief, increased insights into conditions such as bone tumours, arthritis and osteoporosis and improved the treatment of sporting and trauma injuries.
Registered Charity Number 1111657