Prudential RideLondon returns to Surrey - Sunday 10 August
06 August 2014
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Prudential RideLondon is the annual world-class festival of cycling developed by the Mayor of London, London & Partners and Transport for London in partnership with Surrey County Council and managed by the London & Surrey Cycling Partnership.
It will include:
On Sunday 10 August, 20,000 amateur cyclists will tackle a 100-mile route on closed roads through London and Surrey. The event will pass through Byfleet, West Byfleet and Pyrford before heading out of our Borough towards Ripley.
Later on Sunday 10 August, 150 professional cyclists will race on an extended 140-mile route. The race will again pass through Byfleet, West Byfleet and Pyrford before heading out of our Borough towards Ripley.
Road closures, public transport changes and parking restrictions
The roads on the route will close from the early hours of the morning on Sunday 10 August. There will be an impact on local traffic in large parts of Surrey and London all day, with road closures, bus diversions and parking restrictions in affected areas.
You will not be able to drive across the course of the route.
Any road used as part of the route will close. Roads adjoining the closed route will have restricted access for local residents and businesses. Any vehicle left on the route or parked in a suspended parking bay will be removed. Access for emergency vehicles will be unaffected.
The process to reopen the roads in Surrey will start in the late afternoon and continue through the early evening as the event progresses through the county.
Where to go for more information
An information leaflet providing more details of the road closures is available here.