We have filled the start list for 2015 in record time. Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm.
Give some cash to our charity
If you managed to get a spot (or even if you didn’t) please visit our online fundraising page and make a donation to Evelina London Children’s Hospital. You can also download this gift aid declaration and bring it with you on the day if you prefer.
Sign up to our waiting list
If you haven’t managed to get a spot we have a waiting list in play which you can sign up to. We aim to let people know if they have a definite place a week before.
…will take place on Sunday the 12th of April 2015.
You can take part by visiting our entry page and filling in our registration form.
Visit our online donation page and give money towards the great work of Evelina London Children’s Hospital.
If you want to chat about the ride on twitter please use #londonclassic2015
Liking us on Facebook is another way to keep in touch
We have a few quid to come in from the heroic and sponsored PJ of Gipsy Hill Tavern fame but the 2014 haul looks like this:-
£5592.50 was the total raised from on-line donations and all the stuff we made on the day. The gift aid fairy raises this amount to the much better £6930.63. If PJ brings in more than £70 we will clear £7K.
Which is amazing. Thanks to all who rode and supported The London Classic!
Our 2014 top prize winner Chris and his new Surly.
That’s the number of you who made it out of bed and braved the rain and had a crack at ‘the classic. That is an amazing result given the weather. Thank you for being honorary Flandrians for the day.
We will not have a full total till the end of the week – but you raised over £5k toward the Evelina Children’s Hospital so far. Amazing.
And thanks also to: Frank and his Gipsy Hill Tavern team including regular PJ who rode the classic sponsored by the pub; Brixton Cycles Co-op especially Lincoln and Jim. The TLC volunteer team: James, Caroline, Tricky, Gordon, Dave T, Mac, Simon, Siobhan, Jenny, Imogen and Sam.
Thanks to Cliff and Carol for the wonderful grub,
The signage volunteer team for their hard work - particularly the boys and girls of London Fixed Gear Singlespeed who gave up their Saturday evening and did great work and of course their gangmaster Adam of Hackney Bicycle Film Society fame. We salutes you!
Mentsen for their great design work and Ryoko for photography.
Surly, Halo Wheels, Brooks and Surrey County Cricket for their generoisty.
And most of all we would like to thank you the riders for making a go of it!
Thanks to Andy (and others) who put together downloadable files for sat nav things.
Heres Andys route of TLC 2014.
There is one section of road closure – Albyn Rd SE8 is closed. Instead we are advising riders to take the previous Left turn – Cranbrook Rd that also joins St Johns Vale. Signs will reflect this change.