The world's greatest festival of cycling returns to Kingston on Sunday 29 July and we've got a day of fun for all the family.
The race passes through the town centre twice. So, with a host of events and activities lined up too, Kingston is the best place to cheer on the riders. What’s more, with Kingston’s shops, restaurants, bars, cafés and bustling Ancient Market Place to explore, you can spend the remainder of the day soaking up the event’s atmosphere.
Cyclists in the Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100, 46, and Classic events will pass through Kingston and over Kingston Bridge on the outbound route and back through the town via the Ancient Market Place, on the return journey. Cyclists on the new Surrey 19 event will also pass through Ancient Market Place on their route heading into central London, meaning you have the chance to see riders competing in all four races pass through our historic town.
The timings below give an approximate time as to when to expect the riders.
Past the Rotunda and out over Kingston Bridge.
6.30am – 11.00am
10.15am – 11.30am
Surrey Classic Pro
2.00pm – 2.15pm
Along High Street and through Ancient Market Place.
9.00am – 5.00pm
10.30am – 12.00pm
2.40pm – 4.00pm
Surrey Classic Pro
5.15pm – 5.30pm
Please ensure you plan your journey into Kingston on the day as some roads in the area will be closed.
There is ample cycle parking in the town centre.
With a full service running from Waterloo, trains provide one of the quickest and easiest routes into Kingston.
Check southwesternrailway.com for train times.
Some buses will be rerouted.
Please check tfl.gov.uk/ridelondon for more information
With the exception of Cattle Market, all car parks in Kingston town centre will be open as usual, although access routes may change due to road closures. From the north, head to John Lewis, Bentalls and the Seven Kings car parks which will be accessible from the north via Sury Basin.
From the south and east, car parks south of Eden Street will be accessible from the south. The Bittoms car park is accessible by The Bittoms. Brook Street, Ashdown Road and Fairfield NCP are accessible via Wheatfield Way.