WE’VE DONE IT! Thanks to you we’ve closed our ballot in record time. The ballot has reached maximum capacity and is now closed for entries, RideLondon will be in touch by the 14th February to confirm if you have a place in the race.
Successful registrants will be informed by email no later than Wednesday 14th February with a link to pay the entry fee of £50. This fee includes;
- Event entry
- Electronic chip timing
- Rider meal in the Brompton Hospitality Area on The Mall
- 1 guest ticket
- Event goody bag
If additional places become available, those on the reserve list will be notified by email no later than Wednesday 13th March.
Hospitality Area Tickets
Gather your friends and family to watch an exciting race in splendidly British style.
This year we are again offering you the opportunity to purchase tickets to the Brompton hospitality area on The Mall. There will be an afternoon filled with entertainment, food and drink before the race. You will have a prime view of the race, including the unique Le Mans start as riders rush to unfold their bikes and the exciting sprint finish down The Mall.
Adult tickets are £17.50 if bought in advance on online, which includes a food voucher. Tickets will be available to purchase on the day, cash only, for £20 each.
Young person tickets (12-17 year olds) are available for £10.00 and include 1 soft drink and food voucher.
Buy tickets here!
Under 12s are welcome in the hospitality area without a ticket if accompanied by an adult.
Please note if you are a confirmed rider in the Brompton World Championship Final you will receive one complimentary guest pass into the hospitality area.
This ticket does not enable you to a place in the race, this is for access to the hospitality area only.
Brompton World Championship Final 2019
On Saturday 3rd August, The Brompton World Championship Final will be taking place in partnership with the Prudential RideLondon cycling festival.
The iconic race course covers 8 laps around St James’ Park, past Buckingham Palace and down The Mall. Competitors start the race with a Le Mans-style dash, having to unfold their bikes before taking on the 16km circuit.
Watch highlights from last year's event here: