You can expect to be extremely tired at the end of the sportive, so we strongly recommend planning your route home in advance.
If you intend to cycle, please remember that you will be cycling on open roads and that will involve encountering other road users and traffic.
Public transport & National Rail
Normal restrictions apply to the carriage of bicycles on public transport in London. For details, check tfl.gov.uk/cycling
Check what restrictions train operating companies may have in place for bicycles over the Prudential RideLondon weekend at nationalrail.co.uk.
Please note: there will not be a chartered MBNA Thames Clippers service provided in 2019. MBNA Thames Clippers will run their regular weekend River Bus service, but please note that cycle capacity on this service is very limited. Please see the frequently asked questions section on their website for further information
If you are cycling back to a car park, you will be expected to find your own way so, if you are unfamiliar with London, please come prepared with a map or GPS device and plan your route at tfl.gov.uk/cycling.
Remember, you will be cycling on open roads again, so you will be sharing the road with other traffic.
If you are planning to be picked up by car following the event, please plan your meeting point in advance with your friend or relative.
When planning your meeting point, you will need to consider the following key information to avoid the event road closures and any congestion: Your agreed pick-up location should not be within a two-mile radius of The Mall, north of the river.
This means that you will need to choose a location that is south of the river, north of Regent’s Park, east of Tower Bridge, or west of Kensington Gardens.
You are advised to use an existing off-street car park facility, but make sure you agree this in advance. Many London roads require local parking permits and normal Sunday parking restrictions will apply.