Join Team Cancer Prevention for this 100-mile challenge through the capital and the beautiful Surrey countryside.

When: 29 July 2018
Where: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Minimum sponsorship: £600

About the event

Taking inspiration from the London 2012 Olympic Games, this 100-mile challenge takes place on closed roads – taking in some of the most iconic sights of London – before heading for the scenic Surrey countryside.

Looking for a charity place?

Register now!

Join Team Can Prevent for this iconic cycling challenge in 2018 and help us continue our ground-breaking research. One in two people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, but with your help, we’ll be one step closer to preventing cancer and the misery it causes.

Registration for one of our charity places is free – all that we ask is that you raise a minimum of £600 sponsorship (excluding Gift Aid). We also have special reduced sponsorship rates if you sign up in a team:

  • 1 person – £600
  • 2 people – £1,100
  • 3 people – £1,600
  • 4 people – £2,000

For teams of more than four people, please contact us directly. To apply for one of our places, simply submit a registration form – if you’d like to cycle as a team, please specify the other members’ names in the "Other" box.

We’ll offer you full fundraising support as well as a World Cancer Research Fund T-shirt.

Got your own place?

If you secured a place through the public ballot and want to help us prevent cancer, please get in touch. Team Cancer Prevention would love to welcome you – you’ll have all the benefits and support, but there is no minimum fundraising target. Just raise as much as you can and have fun!

Not ready for 100 miles yet?

If you need some more time to think about it, why not join us in the meantime as a volunteer cheerer? Fill in our volunteer form to register your interest, and a member of the team will be in touch.

Contact us

If you have any questions about this or any other World Cancer Research Fund event please contact the Events Team on 020 7343 4200 or email [email protected].