Many thanks and congratulations to all who joined us for the Surrey 100 on Sunday 13 July. A great day in the saddle for all who took part!
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Outstanding sponsorship can be sent to: Surrey 100, Action Medical Research, Vincent House, Horsham, Sussex, RH12 2DP. We really appreciate the effort that goes into raising every penny - thank you.
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.
What the riders said
I look forward to next year although I climbed well, my legs and will were beaten by the climb at 70 miles and didn’t quite make it to the top. Next year I won't be beaten, and will know what to expect
Massive thanks to all the volunteers and caterers who did such a good job as always...
That was a fantastic ride — challenging uphills, speedy descents and some very civilised flat for getting the average speed back up again. Great organisation and food, clear wayfinding and enthusiastic volunteers. Would totally recommend this.
First time doing an AMR ride. What a terrific day out - challenging ride, great food especially the cakes, very friendly, cheerful, helpful people who deserve great kudos for giving of their time for the charity voluntarily. I was very humbled. Well done AMR ! Already looking for my next AMR ride....
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