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MyRideLondon

Ride your bike - or scooter, skateboard, trike, balance bike, tandem, penny farthing, unicycle or roller skates - to help Farm Africa!

My Prudential Ride London is your chance to take part in the world's greatest festival of cycling, for free, on 15 - 16 August. Wherever you live in the world and with whoever you like - friends, family or by yourself. It's your ride, your way, for Farm Africa.

Choose your distance

Cycle for 19 miles  Cycle for 46 miles    Choose your own distance!

As soon as you sign up you account will automatically create a fundraising page with Virgin Money Giving, easy!

Not sure what distance to go for? Choose to Freecycle and ride the distance of our Sesame Cycle!                             

Cycle 66 miles, the equivalent distance between two sesame farms we support in Kwale and Kilifi in Kenya. Too far? Split the 66 miles with your family or friends: 33 miles for two riders, 22 miles for three riders or 11 miles for a team of six riders!

Alternatively, cycle around your block 66 times - but please try not to get too dizzy!

M-app your progress

Just before the event weekend on 15 and 16 August, you'll be able to download the My Prudential Ride London app to log your cycling adventure and promote on social media. Your supporters can donate directly to your fundraising page through the MyPRL app as they track your ride. #MyPRL

 

Every pound counts

This event is free to enter for everyone and setting your fundraising target is entirely up to you. The funds you raise will help to make real change to the lives of farming families across eastern Africa. If you plan to ride 66 miles on our Sesame Cycle, why not set your target at £66? 

 

Make your miles matter

Like many other charities, Farm Africa's fundraising activity has been heavily impacted by COVID-19. However, it is not the only crisis farmers in eastern Africa are currently facing. The worst outbreak of desert locusts in 70 years is happening at the same time, threatening to worsen the already dire food security situation in the greater Horn of Africa. Our events calendar is a vital source of income for Farm Africa - income that helps us to be able to deliver the life-changing projects we champion in eastern Africa.

 

Thank you so much for your support.