Vitalise cyclists make tracks as part of 100 mile bike ride for charity
Sunday 4 August saw the 15 cyclists of Team Vitalise take on the inaugural Ride London 100 cycle challenge.
The Prudential Ride London is an annual two-day cycling festival that marks the legacy created by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Those participating in the Ride London – Surrey 100 began their journey at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, before following a 100 mile route taking them through the City of London, out into the scenic Surrey countryside and back.
After taking in the scenic views of the Surrey countryside and facing the most challenging ascent of the route at Leith Hill, the cyclists headed back into London for the final part of their journey through Trafalgar Square, before reaching the all important finish line in The Mall.
We would like to thank the 15 cyclists of Team Vitalise for their time, effort and enthusiasm. Congratulations on your achievement of completing the challenge of the inaugural Ride London 100!
If you feel inspired to raise money on behalf of Vitalise, why not visit our Fundraising page for more information or to see how you can become involved and make a difference to the lives of those we support.