Join cycle ride

07:00 23 February 2013

Epilepsy Society still has spaces for any cycling enthusiasts disappointed not to get a ballot place in the RideLondon-Surrey 100 challenge.

Anyone, inspired by Olympic greats like Sir Bradley Wiggins and Laura Trott, wanting to claim their place in history by entering the first ever RideLondon 100 race, still has a chance to enter.

Riders wanting to raise money for people with epilepsy and take part in this challenge can complete the online application form at www.epilepsysociety.org.uk/ride .

Launched by Olympic cyclist Laura Trott and Mayor of London Boris Johnson, this new sporting event is suitable for both club and recreational cyclists. To join the 20,000 cyclists taking part in the 100 mile ride through London and Surrey on August 4, contact Epilepsy Society’s fundraising team on 01494 601358.

Angie King

Communications officer

Epilepsy Society

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