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RideLondon Redbridge

Ride London is Back for 2022 - this time it’s rolling through Redbridge

RideLondon, an annual cycling extravaganza, comes to Redbridge on Sunday, 29 May.
RideLondon is an annual cycling event (paused in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic) that involves several different events at varying levels. RideLondon is one of Europe’s most successful fundraising cycling events, with riders raising almost £80 million for charity since the first race in 2013.

On Sunday, 29 May, members of the public and charities will take part in the RideLondon 100, 60, and 30-mile amateur events through parts of central London, Woodford and Essex.

RideLondon and Redbridge

RideLondon will bring extensive benefits to the borough, attracting visitors to Redbridge high streets, encouraging local people to take up cycling and promoting Redbridge as part of an internationally recognised sporting event.

A crowd zone at Woodford Green Cricket Club, IG8 9EZ has been set up along the cycle route so spectators can comfortably view the event and cheer on participants.

Redbridge Council is working closely with event organisers to ensure RideLondon is a fun day out for all the family.

There will be some road closures in the west of the borough to make the route safe for cyclists. Redbridge Council Highways Team are working closely with RideLondon to ensure disruption to residents is kept to a minimum.


Impact on Redbridge Roads 

There will be some road closures across East London, Essex and parts of Redbridge on Sunday 29 May; these closures have been organised to keep cyclists and people watching the cycling safe from cars for the duration of the event.

Roads adjoining the event routes will have local access only for residents and businesses. Some adjoining roads will have no vehicle access during the road closure period. Residents who usually park on roads closed for the event are recommended to move their vehicles the night before.

For full information on road closures, please visit the RideLondon website.


Local Bus Routes 

On Sunday 29th May the RideLondon race route will affect some bus routes which serve Redbridge including:

Day Buses: 5, 20, 25, 66, 86, 104, 145, 150, 167, 179, 275, 308, 362, 397, 425, 462, W12, W13, W14

Night Buses: N8, N15, N25, N55, N86

For further information on impacted public transport and to plan your route please visit the Transport for London website


Vehicle Crossing Zones 

If you live in an area due to be affected by the RideLondon event route and have a planned carer or hospital visit or other important medical appointment you will be able to cross the RideLondon event route at designated Vehicle Crossing Points.

If you have a planned carer, or hospital visit or a similarly critical appointment which you can only access by crossing the planned RideLondon route please contract RideLondon directly to gain access to the designation Vehicle Crossing Points: 0345 894 9773 / helpdesk@ridelondon.co.uk


Tow away zone

Cars will be removed from the route early Sunday morning by the organisers, where the parking bays have been suspended. If your car has been moved you can locate it using the London Councils, Trace your Vehicle website. Cars will be relocated to adjacent streets off the route.


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