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Take part in the Surrey 100 charity cycling sportive and take on the famous zig-zag climb of Box Hill; it’s cycling folklore! Along with Box Hill this charity bike ride features other renowned climbs that will test you, whatever your level. With a choice of three distances to choose from, taking part in this epic challenge is a great way to explore the Surrey lanes and raise money to fund vital medical research to help sick babies and children.

The shorter Cool route option is ideal if you’re new to cycling. The Classic route has more hills and presents a stiffer challenge as does the Champion route that is just perfect if you’re an experienced Sportive rider.

Expect a great day in the saddle with the Action Medical Research team on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.

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Chip timing
Route options
Circular route
Feed stations/lunch
Mechanical support
Full signage
Event massage
Medal
Photography
Emergency cover
Cycling Buddy


What our supporters are tweeting

Steve Payne
Great fundraising night for #Horsham charity Action Medical Research @CapitolHorsham with early screening of #Paddington film @actionmedres
Steve Payne - 25 November 2014 20:37pm
Tara Garritt
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Tara Garritt - 25 November 2014 09:25am
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Lucy Hynes - 24 November 2014 13:40pm
Purple Harry
@actionmedres I'm so excited about meeting Paddington. Must get a selfie! #smoothpedalling
Purple Harry - 19 November 2014 20:33pm
Keith Mitchell
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Keith Mitchell - 19 November 2014 18:42pm

Sophie's story

Birth asphyxia

Due to complications during her birth, baby Sophie was starved of oxygen and born totally blue and unresponsive. Doctors used a revolutionary cooling therapy to reduce the risk of brain damage.