Event: RideLondon-Essex 100 2022

a group of cyclists pedaling past a Harrods in London
Cycle to support homeless people Photo credit: Prudential RideLondon- Surrey 100

Launched in the legacy of London 2012, the RideLondon-Surrey 100 instantly became the biggest cycling event in the UK. Cycle the same route as the pros! This year the RideLondon 100 will be end in Tower Bridge and will be exploring the beautiful Essex countryside.

Event details

Date: 29 May 2022
Registration Deadline: 29 April 2022
Registration Fee: £45
Sponsorship Target: £500

You can sign up to the event below. Before signing up please read our Events Terms and Conditions If you would like to be put on the interested list for 2023, or find out more about similar events please call us on 0207 766 5555 to speak to Adele, or email events@cstm.org.uk.

Own Place Riders

If you have your own place in the event, but would like to fundraise for The Connection, then please get in touch with events@cstm.org.uk. We will provide you with more information on being part of Team Connection!

What support will we give you?
We’ll be sending you a high-quality cycling jersey, personalised with your name.
We can also help with advice on training and support to achieve your fundraising target.

What difference could you make?

  • £500 could enable a vulnerable homeless rough sleeper to have a course of specialist one-to-one mental health support sessions which will help them to positively cope with their problems and move forward. Considering that approximately two thirds of homeless people living on the streets have mental health problems which are often severely hindering their ability to move on from the streets, that is a massive contribution. As well as this it could fund 6 full initial assessments for newly homeless people, creating their action plans and giving them access to hot nutritious meals, showers, laundry and GP services.

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