Please Donate

We can’t take part in mass-participation events at the moment but you can still register your interest in cycling for us by emailing our community team.

For now, you could take on a safe, virtual challenge in your own home. Get involved with the 2.6 Challenge and find out more.


Test your cycling endurance on this world famous 100 mile route.  Starting in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you will then journey through the city and out into the scenic surrey countryside, before returning back to London to finish on The Mall.


When: 16 August 2020

Where: London

Distance: 100 miles

Minimum Fundraising Target: £550

Our support to you

We want you to have an amazing experience from start to finish. By joining our team we will provide you with:


  • Your fundraising pack
  • Your bespoke Star & Garter t-shirt
  • Cheering materials for all of your family and friends
  • A dedicated Star & Garter point of contact

Would you like to cycle for our military family?

If you would like to cycle in support of the veterans we care for, we would be so grateful to have your support. Please follow the link below to enquire about one of our places.


If you have already secured a place we would still love to welcome you to our team. There’s no minimum fundraising target, all we ask is that you kindly raise as much as you can and we can provide you with as much support as possible.


For any queries about this event, or if you would like further information about cycling in our team please contact us:

or visit:

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Fundraising Top Tips

  • Share your story and journey
  • Be creative – hold bake sales, quiz nights, the possibilities are endless!
  • Don’t forget to thank your supporters
  • Mention your fundraising on email signatures, notice boards, or even with the local press!
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If you have friends and family that will be supporting you on the day, we would love them to join us from the sideline!
Royal Star & Garter has done a lot for Stephen, it’s time to give something back.
Sian Cheesman
Sister of resident Stephen
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