Ride London 2022

Date: Sunday 29th May 2022

Registration fee: £30

Minimum sponsorship: £550

Distance: 100 miles

Location: London

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Join #TeamStGiles on the Ride London-Essex 100 Cycle Ride!

With a new format, exciting new routes and a new partnership with Essex County Council – the world’s greatest festival of cycling returns on Sunday 29th May 2022!

We’re thrilled to have secured FIVE places in this year’s Ride London-Essex 100 and look forward to supporting anyone who chooses to take part in this unique cycling challenge for St Giles.

The RideLondon-Essex 100 is a fantastic opportunity to ride 100 miles on traffic-free roads through the heart of London and neighbouring Essex. Adding to this incredible opportunity – London’s Tower Bridge will be the stunning new finish line for this year’s RideLondon-Essex 100!

Even if you have your own place in the ride, please let us know. We’d love for you to join #TeamStGiles to raise whatever you can to help make a difference.

Registration costs £30, with a minimum sponsorship target of £550.

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By taking part in Ride London-Essex 2022 you’ll enjoy:

  • 100 miles of traffic-free roads, starting and ending in central London
  • A brand new and exciting route and format
  • The opportunity to be part of the world’s greatest festival of cycling!


As part of #TeamStGiles you’ll enjoy:

  • An exclusive St Giles T-shirt
  • A bespoke St Giles fundraising pack
  • A dedicated member of the St Giles team to assist you with your training and fundraising journey
  • A supportive community and team to engage with ahead of the event and on the day

If you have any queries, please email fundraising@stgileshospice.com or call 01543 432538.

Already have a place?

We’d love you to join #TeamStGiles! Click the button below so we can send you a fundraising pack!

We’re here for you… because you’re here for us

Andy Barker’s wife Belinda received end of life care at St Giles in 2015. Since she passed away he has become a volunteer and raised thousands by taking part in Cycle St Giles, Miles 4 St Giles, and playing the hospice lottery.

Andy said: “Belinda was in St Giles for 10 days before she passed away. She had excellent care, you really could not fault it. Everyone at the hospice did everything they could for her and they supported me for as long as I needed it afterwards and helped me to cope with my loss.

“It’s so reassuring to know that St Giles Hospice is there for you when you need it – they care for everyone so well – which is why it’s so important to support the hospice as much as we can.”