Events by PredictHQ

Prudential RideLondon 2024

About 150,000 people will attend Prudential RideLondon 2024 in London.

Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from £4.30/day
Rated 4.9 by 559,759+ people
$10,000 protection
Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from £4.30/day
Rated 4.9 by 559,759+ people

Prudential RideLondon 2024 exclusive discount

Get 10% off your Prudential RideLondon 2024 luggage storage


Your Ultimate Guide to Ride London 2024

Welcome to the ultimate guide for Ride London 2024, also called 2024 Ford RideLondon-Essex 100, where we peel back the layers of this vibrant cycling spectacle. With a mix of adrenaline, picturesque scenery, and British culture, this guide is your ticket to making the most out of the world's greatest festival of cycling.

A Memorable Travel Experience to Central London

Ride London 2024 is more than just a cycling event; it's a celebration of London's vibrant culture, history, and love for sports. This one-day event, taking place on Sunday, May 26th, 2024, transforms London's bustling streets into traffic-free roads, providing an unparalleled cycling experience through some of London's most iconic landmarks.

The event is also a fundraiser, as each VIP entry comes with a fundraising pack. In addition, there are a limited number of 250 VIP entries – also available on a first-come, first-served basis. Last year, Charlotte Kool (Team DSM) won two stages, winning the overall by 11 seconds ahead of Canyon-Sram's Chloe Dygert.

Ford RideLondon Historic Insights

From the majestic Tower Bridge to the historic Victoria Embankment, participants and spectators alike can soak in the city's rich heritage while enjoying an atmosphere filled with camaraderie, excitement, and the spirit of competition. With over 20,000 riders sharing the road, supported by cheering crowds, it's been a recipe for a great time since its first edition.

Why Ride London 2024 is Worthwhile

Ride London is not just for professional cyclists. It's an inclusive event where everyone can take part, from seasoned riders to families and beginners. Organized by London Marathon Events, it's a unique opportunity to explore Central London in a way you've never done before. 

The Route

Ride London 2024 isn't just any cycling event; it's a 100-mile journey through the heart of London and the rolling Essex countryside.

From the starting line at Victoria Embankment to the finish at Tower Bridge, cyclists will pass iconic landmarks, through historic towns, and enjoy the beauty of rural landscapes.

Imagine pedaling away from the London boroughs Tower Hamlets of the Palace of Westminster, marveling at the Tower of London, passing the Waltham forest, Epping forest, through cities like the Great Dunmow, and gliding past the Olympic venues—all in one ride.

It's an event that promises stunning visuals and a challenging but rewarding route for both experienced and beginner cyclists.

Event Highlights

The event's highlight is the RideLondon Freecycle, a family-friendly ride that offers a unique opportunity to cycle around eight miles of traffic-free roads in central London. The route passes iconic London landmarks, making it a sightseeing tour on wheels!

Fueling the Ride: Food Available

Ride London knows how to keep its cyclists fueled. Along the route, there are numerous spots to grab a bite, ranging from quick snacks to proper meals, ensuring you have the energy to push through those miles.

Cuisine, Outfits, and Music

London's diverse food scene ensures there's something for everyone. From traditional British fare to international delicacies, there's no shortage of food stalls and restaurants to refuel after the ride. As for outfits, while there's no specific costume requirement, dressing comfortably for the ride is recommended.

The event is not just about cycling; it's a festival on wheels. Live music, entertainment, and activities line the route, adding to the festive atmosphere.

Tips for Fellow Travellers

Remember to pack light for the event. With Bounce's luggage storage facilities, you can safely store your belongings and enjoy the event without any hassle. Also, make sure to check the weather forecast and dress accordingly. 

Keeping it Secure: Bag Policy

To keep the event safe and enjoyable for everyone, Ride London has a clear bag policy. Cyclists are encouraged to carry only what they need, with secure storage options available at the start and finish lines. It's all about minimizing hassle and maximizing security.

Why Bounce Luggage Storage is Convenient at Ride London 2024

At Bounce, we understand the need for a secure and convenient luggage storage solution during such events. With over 10,000 short-term luggage storage facilities worldwide, including numerous locations in London, we ensure your belongings are safe while you enjoy Ride London 2024 to the fullest. 

Secure and Hassle-Free Storage

Our friendly and accessible service, coupled with our BounceShield™ Protection, offers peace of mind. You can easily drop off your bags for a few hours or days at our local partner businesses, which include souvenir shops, hotels, restaurants, and cafes. 

With our flexible cancellation policy and 24/7 customer support, we strive to make your experience as smooth as possible. So, leave your luggage with us and get your day back!

Things to Do in London

London is like a treasure chest of cool spots and iconic landmarks. Whether you're all about history, art, or just chilling in some pretty places, there's something for everyone. Here are seven must-see attractions:

  • Buckingham Palace: It's where the Queen hangs out! Besides the fancy guards and massive gates, you can watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony. It's pretty pompous and totally worth seeing.
  • The London Eye: Hop on for a ride and get some of the best views of the city. It's like seeing London from a giant's perspective. Perfect for those epic selfies!
  • Tower of London: It's not just a tower; it's a whole castle with a deep history, including being a royal palace, prison, and even a zoo. Plus, the Crown Jewels are housed here, and they're super shiny.
  • Westminster Abbey: This place is where royals get married and crowned. It's stunning inside and out, with centuries of history packed into every corner.
  • Shakespeare's Globe: A replica of the OG Globe Theatre. They still put on Shakespeare plays here. Watching a play is like time-traveling to the 1600s.
  • The British Museum: Home to the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies, this museum is a treasure trove for history buffs. And the best part? Entry is free!
  • Camden Market: It's not your average market. Think of unique gifts, delicious food, and cool vibes. It's a great spot to wander, eat, and pick up some quirky finds.

London's vibrant food scene, bustling markets, and world-class shopping destinations are also worth exploring.

See You in London?

Ride London 2024 promises to be an unforgettable experience, combining the thrill of cycling with the joy of exploring one of the world's most vibrant cities. Whether you're in it for the challenge, the scenery, or the atmosphere, this guide aims to help you navigate the event like an insider, ensuring an unforgettable experience. So, pack your bags (don't worry, we've got them covered!), hop on your bike, and let's make Ride London 2024 the best one yet!

Store your bags with Bounce

In London and 2,000+ cities worldwide

Newsletter Banner

Love discounts and traveling?

Sign up for our newsletter to get insider travel tips and a 10% discount delivered straight to your inbox.

No spam here, just the good stuff.

All you need to know

  • Where is the RideLondon route in 2024?

    The RideLondon 2024 route takes cyclists on an exciting 100-mile journey through London and into the picturesque countryside of Essex. Here's a breakdown of the key locations and landmarks along the route: Victoria Embankment (Start Line): The ride kicks off along the Victoria Embankment, near iconic sights such as the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben, running alongside the River Thames. Tower of London (Mile 2): Early in the ride, cyclists pass the historic Tower of London, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its deep history and as the home to the Crown Jewels. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (Mile 12): The route then goes through the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, site of the London 2012 Olympic Games, allowing riders to experience a piece of Olympic history. Epping Forest (Mile 22) and Epping (Mile 25): Leaving the urban landscape behind, the route ventures into Epping Forest and the market town of Epping, showcasing some of Essex's stunning natural beauty. Chipping Ongar (Mile 32) and nearby Epping Ongar Heritage Railway (Mile 73): Riders will pass through Chipping Ongar and have the opportunity to spot the vintage steam trains of the Epping Ongar Heritage Railway. Great Dunmow (Mile 45): This small market town offers riders picturesque views of traditional English architecture and a peek into history dating back to Roman times. Felsted (Mile 53): Known for its picturesque village atmosphere and historic school with ties to Oliver Cromwell. Chelmsford (Mile 63): Cyclists will ride through Chelmsford, one of Essex's three cities, known for its cathedral and the historic Hylands House. Writtle (Mile 65): Before concluding the ride, participants will pass through Writtle, admired for its traditional English village charm, complete with a duck pond and Norman church. Tower Bridge (Finish Line): The ride concludes with a dramatic finish at Tower Bridge, one of London's most recognizable landmarks, offering a memorable backdrop for the end of the 100-mile journey. In addition to the 100-mile challenge, RideLondon 2024 will feature shorter, family-friendly rides on traffic-free roads, ensuring there's something for everyone at this festival of cycling.

  • Does RideLondon sell out?

    Yes, RideLondon is a highly popular event and has been known to sell out. The event attracts thousands of participants each year, ranging from amateur cyclists to seasoned pros, all eager to experience the thrill of riding through London and Essex on traffic-free roads. The demand for places in the RideLondon event, particularly for the 100-mile challenge, can be quite high due to its unique opportunity to cycle through some of the UK's most scenic routes without the interruption of regular traffic. If you're planning to participate, it's advisable to register your interest and secure your place as early as possible once registration opens. For those who miss out on general entry, there are often charity entry options available, which require participants to raise funds for their chosen charity in exchange for a spot in the event. Keep an eye on the official RideLondon website for the most current information on registration dates, entry fees, and any announcements regarding entry availability.

  • How long do you have to complete RideLondon?

    All riders in the Ford RideLondon-Essex 30, 60, and 100-mile events have eight-and-a-half hours to complete their ride from the departure of the last start wave. The final participants are expected to finish at 18:00.

Other places to explore in London

More events

Get the
Bounce app

Instantly find locations nearby to drop off your luggage wherever you go.