2017 Prudential RideLondon-Surrey
When: Sunday 30th July 2017
Starting from: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Distance: 100 miles – This is a competitive race
Minimum Fundraising Target for each place: £600 + Gift Aid
Additional details can be found in the flier for this event.
For those CYCLISTS out there, once again we have places available for the PRUDENTIAL RIDELONDON-SURREY 100 Taking place on Sunday July 30th, now is the time to commit to the challenge! As I am sure you will know this iconic race takes you through the streets of London and around the stunning Surrey Hills. Not for the faint hearted but an unforgettable experience that you will be proud of. We will provide you with jerseys and offer training support and guidance. Phone Alex (her sister has already signed up!) and she can provide you with any further details: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01483 222507
Cycling Training Plans
Training for a 100 Mile Cycling Challenge – Part 1
This cycling training plan is ideal if you a relatively new to cycling, or haven’t turned the pedals for a few years and are planning to embark on a 100 mile challenge or sportive.
The training plans are carefully structured and designed to allow you to fit your training around work, family and a life outside of cycling. Remember that at the start of any new fitness pursuit, it’s important to be patient and gradually build up your training, and by the end of the 8 weeks you should be ready to tackle 45 miles, and even enter a ‘training’ sportive in preparation for the big 100 MILES.
Training Plan Riding your first 100 miles week 1-8
Training for a 100 Mile Cycling Challenge – Part 2
The second phase of a 100 Mile Sportive programme is to progress you as a cyclist and whereas Part 1 focused on simply increasing your base miles, the second phase of the training plan continues to build endurance but also focuses on increasing stamina, efficiency and technique. This plan follows Part 1, but is also ideal if you are a leisure or regular cyclist, who can already cycle 40-50 miles and are keen to improve your general fitness and conditioning ready for a longer distance of up to 100 miles.
Training Plan Riding your first 100 miles week 8-16