Prudential RideLondon

Prudential RideLondon weekend has grown to become one of Britain's largest fundraising events and the largest festival of cycling in the world. The 2016 event saw over 100,000 participants cycling more than three million miles during the weekend of 29-31 July. In partnership with Prudential, riders from Greenhouse Sports, Invictus Games Foundation and Teach First took part in the Prudential RideLondon 46 or 100 mile cycle rides for the first time.

In 2017, we’re aiming to help 260 sixth form students through our partnership with the education charity Teach First. The PruGoals campaign aims to empower young people to realise their ambitions and fulfil their potential regardless of social or economic background. To find out more and keep up to date with their journey, visit the PruGoals website.






Prudential RideLondon

Staged for the first time in August 2013, Prudential RideLondon is the largest festival of cycling in the world, with over 100,000 participants cycling more than three million miles during the weekend of 29-31 July 2016. As well as the opportunity to take on a personal challenge, Prudential RideLondon provides significant benefits to good causes, with thousands riding for charity. More than £12 million was raised in 2016, a record for a UK one-day cycling event, bringing the total raised for charity in the first four years of the event to more than £41 million.

Teach First

Teach First is a charity with the vision that no child’s educational success is limited by their socio-economic background. In partnership with universities, schools and businesses, Teach First is working to achieve its vision by enabling its participants and ambassadors in the classroom to raise the achievement, aspiration, and access to opportunity of children from low socio-economic backgrounds, whilst developing a network of leaders with a life-long commitment to ending inequality in education from both inside and outside the classroom. Since 2002, the charity has recruited over 7,000 graduates and career changers to teach in schools in low-income areas.