Join 27,000 cyclists on this incredible challenge as you head past Canary Wharf and through the City of London, crossing the River Thames at Chiswick. Then pass through Richmond Park before crossing Hampton Court Bridge along the route made famous by the London 2012 Olympics.
There’s plenty of stunning Surrey countryside on offer as cyclists head south past Newlands Corner, before tackling the biggest ascent on the route at Leith Hill and onto the infamous zigzags of Box Hill.
The route takes riders back into London over Putney Bridge, then onto the Embankment. Heading past some of London’s most famous landmarks riders make their way across Parliament Square and up Whitehall. The route then swings left through Trafalgar Square, with riders streaming under Admiralty Arch before a spectacular finish on The Mall.
Our 2018 Prudential Ride places are available now. We ask for a £35 registration fee, and that you commit to raising a very achievable £550 in sponsorship. Places are limited so please register as soon as you can to avoid disappointment. Once you are registered your place is guaranteed, which means there is no requirement for you to apply in the public ballot.
The ballot for the 2018 Prudential Ride 100 opens on Monday 7 August. Please click the button above for more information.
When you join #TeamMND you'll receive:
A running vest and/or T-shirt to raise awareness
A fundraising pack full of advice, tips and support and everything you'll need to get started
Regular emails with support, updates and extra fundraising tips
A certificate at the end of the event, so everyone will know how you’ve supported MND Association
Once you have registered your fundraising with us, you will be sent a fundraising pack, this pack includes a material order form.
The materials listed on your material order form, a selection of which are shown below, are provided free of charge to fundraisers. Other branded items are available to purchase through the MND Association Shop.
Our unisex MND Association t-shirts and wicking vests are ideal to wear at your fundraising event, during your training for an event or on race day itself.
Event participants will receive a t-shirt or vest for free when they sign-up.
Our multi-use banner is perfect to use inside or outside - attached to walls, railings or fences. It can also be used as an effective table cover. Approx size 50cm x 75cm.
Balloons - blue, orange, white
12” quality helium biodegradable balloons.
Posters (plain) A4 & A3
Blank MND Association branded poster with space to add your own event details to help promote your fundraising event.
Proudly place in your vehicle or a window.
MND awareness flyer A5
Information about MND and the Association to hand out to people to raise awareness.
Awareness posters A4 & A3
Ready-made publicity for display with space for you to add your own details.
'Key Messages' flyer A5
Key Facts about MND for you to display or to hand out to people. You can download and print a copy via the link above.
'How your money helps' flyer A4
A detailed breakdown of how your money can help make a difference for you to display or to hand out to people. You can download and print a copy via the link above.
Two sizes available.
For those who would prefer to give cash to you in person (34 sponsors per form)
Flat pack collecting box
Ideal for collecting spare change either at home, work or at your event.
Each tin comes with a wrap and a seal. Great to display at your fundraising events.
Each bucket comes with a wrap and 2 seals. Great to take with you to your fundraising events.
Static collection tin
For long-term use in shops and businesses. Please contact us for Terms & Conditions of use.
Gift Aid envelopes
An easy way to collect money and increase donations by 25%. Hand out at your fundraising events and collect at the end.
Stickers to wear with pride! (24 per sheet)
Wristbands - orange and blue
Raise additional funds and awareness by asking for a minimum donation of £1 per wristband.
Thumbs Up pin badges
The thumbs up was the last gesture of David Niven, a 1970s famous actor who had MND. The gesture remains a symbol of hope. Available in blue, orange, green and purple.
Whether you’re running a marathon, combating an adventure challenge, whipping up funds with a bake sale, cycling to success, plus more – there are lots of extra ways to boost awareness and funds whilst having fun! Either by yourself or as part of a team, through work or in your free time, there’s a way for everyone to get involved.