Ride for RoadPeace



We have places available for RideLondon 2024, please contact us at info@roadpeace.org if you are interested in riding for RoadPeace

Our supporters have raised thousands of pounds for RoadPeace through cycling events over recent years

Get on your bike and cycle for RoadPeace!

Team Townend Pushbike Challenge

The Team Townend Pushbike Challenge is an annual cycle ride, held in memory of Christian and Niggy Townend.  The challenging course which includes the Whinlatter, Newlands and Honister passes, takes in some of the Lake Districts most spectacular scenery.  The challenge is held around April or early May and all proceeds are donated to RoadPeace.  For more information, please visit their facebook page.

Prudential Ride London

RoadPeace usually have spaces for this iconic 100 mile sportive cycling event, typically taking place in late May.

Since that first edition back in 2013, RideLondon has inspired more than 150,000 people to start cycling or to cycle more often and has raised more than £83 million for charity.

To find out more and register your interest please email: info@roadpeace.org

London to Brighton

Over 1000 people are expected to take part in this annual 54 mile ride from South London to the Brighton sea front.  For more information visit London to Brighton


This 62 Mile ride takes in some of the capitals most iconic landmarks after dark.  Highlights include Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Royal Opera House  and the London Eye.  For information on how to enter, visit NightRider.

For further listings of cycling events and challenges taking place across the UK visit British Cycling.

Thank you for Riding for RoadPeace!