This August, take part in the ultimate challenge on wheels - My RideLondon.
With the official RideLondon event being cancelled due to Covid-19, the event organisers have come together to find ways that our supporters can still take part in their cycling challenge from home - all whilst helping to raise money for charities like ActionAid.
This is your chance to still join the world's greatest cycling festival, and from wherever you are! Pick your distance (19-, 46- or 100-mile ride) and complete it over the weekend of 15 - 16 August, when the physical event was due to take place.
From bikes to scooters, skateboards or tandems, as long as it has wheels you are good to go!
Join ActionAid's My RideLondon team!
Sign up to grab your bike, scooter, skateboard or tandem and take on My RideLondon for ActionAid.
Three steps to My RideLondon
Sign up and set up your Virgin Money Giving page
Complete the short registration form above and set up your online fundraising page on Virgin Money, official partner of My RideLondon.
Choose your distance (19-, 46- or 100- mile ride) and complete your challenge over the weekend of the 15th - 16th August.
Celebrate your achievement
Bask in the glory of your achievement and share photos and videos of your challenge with loved ones who sponsor you. If you raise over £150 you will receive a free ActionAid cycling jersey!
Where your sponsorship money goes
Take part in My RideLondon to help women and girls living in some of the most vulnerable communities around the world.
Millicent, 16, lives in a village in northern Ghana, and used to walk for three hours to attend school, meaning she had to start her long journey at 5am and regularly missed out on classes as school started at 7:15am. During the three-hour journey Millicent also had to cross a river that became dangerous during the rainy season.
The tough journey meant that many of Millicent's friends dropped out of school. ActionAid has worked with girls like Millicent and her friends to provide them with a bike so that they are able to travel to school safely and access their education. Millicent now hopes that she will be able to finish school and fulfil her dream of becoming a nurse.