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Ford RideLondon

4.5 · 1 review



Sun 28th May 2023

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Ford RideLondon, the world’s greatest festival of cycling, returns on Sunday 28 May 2023.

It will be the 10th anniversary of the hugely popular event, which was established by the Mayor of London in 2013 as an Olympic legacy event from the 2012 London Games. It will be the second year the event visits Essex after a successful first edition in 2022.

The 2023 edition will once again include the mass participation events Ford RideLondon FreeCycle in central London and the Ford RideLondon-Essex 100, 60 and 30, which all start in central London and head out into Essex before returning for a finish in the capital.


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·a year ago

This event was really good, we got to ride on closed off motorways and nice country roads all the way to the Essex/Suffolk boarder and back. It was great cycling in central London without the traffic and there were plenty of rest stops provided which gave out refreshments and saw to mechanical problems. The only issues I had were with pedestrians crossing parts of the course inappropriately and when we got the the main rest stop in Felsted there were only two coffee vans operational when there should have been 6, this meant that we were waiting in a very long queue for 20 minutes or more for coffee when we could have been back on the road.

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