Join Team Guts UK in 2019’s Prudential Ride London 100

5th April 2019

On Sunday 4th August 2019, Team Guts UK will be cycling in one of the most exciting annual events across the world: The Prudential Ride London 100. Starting at the Olympic Park in east London, and finishing on The Mall, this grand 100-mile route takes in all the beautiful sights London and Surrey have to offer. Take on a personal challenge this year as you cycle on the same route as some of the world’s top cyclists.

The ballot for general entry has closed, but fear not as Team Guts UK still has spaces!

Together we can do more. Be a part of Team Guts UK this year as we strive for a world where all those affected by digestive diseases is better understood, better treated and everyone who lives with one gets the support they need.

As Team Guts UK, you will receive a fundraising pack including a Guts UK technical cycling top and support all the way across to the finishing line.

The registration fee is £30 and you will be asked to commit to a fundraising target of £400. 

If you are lucky enough to have secured a place in the ballot, you can choose to cycle for Team Guts UK. There’s no minimum fundraising pledge and you still get all the great team benefits.

Please send completed forms to and don’t hesitate to contact us with any queries.

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