Tandems and Recumbents
In order to ride the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on a tandem, one rider must already hold an individual place in the event.
Please note: Preference for tandems will be given to riders with a disability. If you are a visually impaired or disabled rider and have been accepted via the ballot, you must contact email@example.com in order to process your entry.
If the rider who secured their place has a disability, only this rider will be charged and the pilot will receive a guaranteed free of charge place. If both entrants are able-bodied, the rider(s) with a place will be entered into the tandem ballot. If successful in the tandem ballot, both riders will need to pay for their place. Alternatively, both riders will need to have received a place from a charity.
Those interested in transferring their place in the event to a tandem entry should inform the Prudential RideLondon team on firstname.lastname@example.org by late February 2018. Please only contact us once you have secured at least one place for the tandem.
Recumbent Bicycles and Tricycles
A trial for both recumbent bicycles and recumbent tricycles took place in 2015 for a selected number of invited riders who expressed an interest in participating in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100. Following this successful trial, recumbent bicycles and tricycles are permitted in the event.
All recumbents are welcome to participate in Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle on Saturday 28 July.
To gain a recumbent or tricycle entry you must have already secured an individual place into the event.
Those interested in transferring to a recumbent or tricycle entry should inform the Prudential RideLondon team on email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org by 28 February 2018. Please only contact us once you have secured your individual place into the event.