Prudential RideLondon-Surrey cycle races

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Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic climb Box Hill © Prudential RideLondon-Surrey

Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic climb Box Hill

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Latest update 30.06.2014 16:38

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey is an annual world-class festival of cycling. It is a key legacy of the Olympics and we are delighted to be supporting this international cycling event.

The race route crosses National Trust sites at Box Hill, Leith Hill, Denbies Hillside and Ranmore Common. It passes close to many other special places in Surrey, such as Ham House, the River Wey Navigations, Clandon Park, Hatchlands Park, Leith Hill Place, Polesden Lacey, Headley Heath, Claremont Landscape Garden and The Homewood.

The Zig-Zag Road at Box Hill became known worldwide as an iconic symbol of the 2012 games. People have visited Box Hill for centuries and today it remains a year-round destination for cycling, walking, fresh air and health. Whilst Leith Hill is the biggest hill climb challenge in the race, there is also a new climb this year from Denbies Vineyard to Ranmore Common.

We know from our experience with the Olympics that it is possible to balance the needs of top class sport, visitor enjoyment and nature conservation. We will continue to work with Natural England to protect and care for our outstanding natural habitats.

What is Prudential RideLondon-Surrey?

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey has been developed by the Mayor of London, London & Partners and Transport for London in partnership with Surrey County Council. The event is managed by the London & Surrey Cycling Partnership (LSCP).

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, on Sunday 10 August 2014, will see 20,000 amateur cyclists take on a cycling challenge through London and Surrey on a similar route to that of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Races. The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic, later that day will see some of the world’s top cyclists follow an extended route. There are other exciting race events in central London on Saturday 9 August.

There will be road closures in these areas and for travel advice or queries we recommend that you visit the RideLondon website: www.ridelondon.co.uk

Sunday 10 August

  • Ham House and Garden is open as usual.
  • River Wey Navigations and Dapdune Wharf are open as usual
  • Claremont Landscape Garden and The Homewood are open as usual and can be accessed from Cobham.
  • Clandon Park is open as usual, with road access via the diversions.
  • Hatchlands Park is closed for the day.
  • Leith Hill Place is closed for the day.
  • Polesden Lacey is open as usual, with road access via the A3, B2039 to Ockham and A246 to Bookham.
  • We do not recommend that you watch the race from Box Hill or Leith Hill.