Join our extra-special team for RideLondon 2020!
We’ve just about made it a whole month into the new year - and the new decade. How’s it going with that well-intentioned fitness resolution that you promised this year you would actually follow through on?
Don’t ask, you say?
Well, if your commitment is fading on these cold winter evenings, don’t worry: we’ve got just the thing that’ll keep you on the straight and narrow.
After a super successful foray into RideLondon last year, we’re back again - and bigger than ever. Although we can’t yet fully announce our exciting RideLondon news, we can say that we’d love for you to ride with us.
The thought of RideLondon may conjure images of tight pelotons and even tighter Lycra but it really isn’t like that, we promise. It’s not even a race!
RideLondon is a once-a-year chance to see the capital from the saddle of your bike with absolutely no traffic on beautifully closed roads. How amazing is that?
And, with crowds of happy people cheering you on, the 46 miles fly by. This unique event is perfect for anyone wanting to dip their toe into road biking. And take it from us, the cycling bug is easy to catch!
If you’re already a big fan of cycling or fancy more of a challenge, you can take on the RideLondon 100-mile route.
(From left) David Morrissey (The Bike Project patron) with Cielo Amezquita (The Bike Project volunteer)
Very soon we’ll be on the look out for riders to join our team, so how about it?
If you want to see what you’d be letting yourself in for, the route is available now on the RideLondon website and below are just a few of the photos that were taken last year. See - smiles all around!
If that doesn’t convince you, this year we’re creating a special training plan endorsed by double Olympic gold medallist Joanna Rowsell. We’ll also be hosting a group training ride to give you a chance to meet the rest of the team before the big day, and help you stick to your fitness goals.
In a couple of weeks we’ll be launching our RideLondon 2020 campaign with a little help from our patron, David Morrissey. You might have seen some teasers on our social pages already.
(From left) The Bike Project mechanic Marta with her PruGoals buddy Ahmad, just after crossing the finish line.
The one and only Romain, another of our super mechanics!
Another happy Bike Project mechanic across the line - well done, Resom!
Written on: 30 Jan 2020 | Author: Jon Machen