Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic Route Map
Where are the best places to watch the event?
This year, the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic – Great Britain’s only UCI WorldTour men’s event and the richest one-day men’s race in the world – has a new route with a spectator friendly start in Bushy Park and the iconic climb of Box Hill as its centrepiece.
Head to Bushy Park at 14:00 on Sunday 4 August to see the world’s top professional men’s teams roll out of the picturesque setting of the park and head through Surrey to tackle the famous climb to Box Hill Village five times.
As well as the chance to see the riders up close in Bushy Park, there is a superb spectator viewing opportunity at the summit of Box Hill with live coverage and catering on offer at the National Trust cafe.
Box Hill will become a great spectator venue in 2019 as the riders in the pro race tackle the climb five times. There will be a big screen with live coverage and catering on offer at the National Trust cafe throughout the day, as well as have-a-go cycling activities for avid fans to enjoy.
Top three places to watch
Bushy Park, Surrey – Rider sign on and Race Start (Midday-14:30)
- Free access to team area and rider sign on area
- Car, bicycle and walking access via Teddington Gate
- Limited parking in the Pheasantry Car Park
- Nearest station: Teddington
- Start Line next to the Diana Fountain
Box Hill, Surrey – Five laps and King of the Mountains summit (14:30-17:15)
- Free access to spectator viewing area at the Box Hill Cafe
- Big TV screen and refreshments and facilities in the Box Hill Cafe
- Parking at Dorking station
- Walking and cycling routes from Dorking, Box Hill and Westhumble stations
- Access to Box Hill from 14:30
The Mall, St James's Park, London – Finish venue (from 15:00)
- Free spectator access to the Finish Area and team parking
- Big screens with live race action
- Catch the finish of the sportives and the pro race
- Nearest tube stations: St James's Park, Green Park and Westminster
The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic will be broadcast live on BBC1 from 15:35 to 18:30 on Sunday 4 August.