Working Well supports Ride London
In partnership with Essex County Council and Ride London, the race will be coming to the county for the first time. Ride London is part of the 2014 Tour de France route. 25,000 cyclists will travel 65 miles from Maldon, out to Colchester in a figure of 8 routes.
What’s on in Maldon on Friday 27th May?
There are lots of activities on offer at Maldon Prom as part of the family activation zone for Ride London’s Classique event, such as exercise and activity classes throughout the day, as well as King Ramps Skate & BMX team who will be on the prom skatepark from 13:00 and include 2 team GB Olympians!
Why not use a team volunteering day and support Ride London coming to Essex!
RideLondon is looking for 200 volunteers to be Ride Marshals at the event on Sunday 29th May. The route that will travel through parts of Essex and will be a large scale event will attract thousands of cyclists to complete the challenge. If you would like to get involved and volunteer for the day click here on the RideLondon website to sign up.
Are you a local business and want to get involved with RideLondon this May?
There are plenty of ways to get involved with RideLondon from volunteering, to holding activities for spectators or if you’re a local shop/business owner on the route you could host your own celebrations on the day. If you want to find out how to get involved there is a community activation kit available with relevant contacts of people in your area you can talk to. Just click here.
There will also be a RideLondon Spectator App with more details coming soon, so if you do want to host an activity/celebration you can promote it through the app. To keep updated on everything RideLondon keep checking our website here.