Prudential RideLondon 2017

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The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey was born out of the 2012 Olympics and sees hundreds of cyclists take on the same route as the Olympians did.

Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Sunday July 30th cyclists follow a route on closed roads through London then out into leafy Surrey taking in Box Hill and Leith Hill.

The end of the cycle is spectacular and finishes along The Mall outside Buckingham Palace.

We offer lots of support and have a training plan cyclists can follow.

You need to raise a minimum of £500 in sponsorship and there is an a non-refundable registration fee of £30 to pay.

Thrive will:
- give you a top quality cycling jersey
- help set up your fundraising page on JustGiving or Virgin Money
- give you access to fundraising materials
- promote your efforts on our website and social media
- have supporters cheering you along on the day

Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis so don’t delay, apply today! Click here.


In 2016, ten keen cyclists raised more than £6,000 for Thrive.

Daron Gardener (left), said: "It was a fantastic event. It gave me focus and a challenge to keep riding and my motivation to finish in a good time was knowing that the money was going towards enabling people to reach their full potential.


David Welling was 'volunteered’ by his wife Denise who has helped Thrive out at our Beech Hill gardens and he raised a magnificent £1,118.


Horticultural Therapist Richard Jones (pictured right) is the longest serving member of staff at Thrive and has worked at the Battersea site for 25 years.

Richard, who is 57-years-old, said he was inspired by others entering similar events and by the Thrive team that took part before. He raised a massive £1,160.

"I started cycling to work about a year ago, starting off twice a week and gradually increasing the frequency," he said.

"It was a fantastic experience and if I can do it, anyone can!"