Prudential Ride London 2019


Pedal in the tracks of cycling greats to raise funds to improve pathology and laboratory services in under-resourced countries. 

The College has been successful in gaining golden bond charity places for the 2018 Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 that will take place on Sunday 4th August 2019

The event
Prudential RideLondon is the world’s greatest festival of cycling, with more than 100,000 cyclists expected to participate during the last weekend of August 2019. This event will see more than 26,000 amateur cyclists take on a cycling challenge like no other through London and Surrey on a similar route to that of the London 2012 Olympic Road Cycling Races. Roads will be closed to prepare for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 which will start in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then travel through the capital and onto Surrey's stunning country roads and through the Surrey Hills before a spectacular finish on The Mall in central London. 

For further information on the event including FAQ please visit the 2019 Prudential RideLondon website

Race day
Team International will be at the challenge event to thank you in person and wish you luck.

Registration submission process & deadlines
Applications are now being accepted for the College’s guaranteed places for the 2019 event. All monies raised will be used to support the College’s global health projects and activities.

Please note that your place on this challenge will not be guaranteed until the College has received the following;

  • A non-refundable Challenge Registration Fee of £50 + VAT;
  • Signed fundraising agreement with the College which outlines your commitment to raise a minimum of £500 on behalf of the College and set up a BT MyDonate page for any online fundraising or sponsorship donations to the College.

If you are interested in taking part, please email the International department at [email protected] or call +44 (0) 20 7451 6761 / 723 to reserve your place on Team RCPath immediately. 

What are you waiting for? Embark on a life-changing challenge today!

Already have a place?
Have you been lucky enough to bag a ballot place in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100? Then we would love to welcome you to #TeamRCPath. There’s no minimum fundraising target, just have fun and raise as much as you can!

Want to join this time in 2020?
Register as an individual or bring some family member or friends along and join as a team! To register for this event, please email the International department for an application pack. 

If you have a question regarding this challenge, please check our FAQ below. Alternatively, please contact the International department (email: [email protected]) or (phone: +44 (0) 20 7451 6761 / 723) 

Team RCPath 2018

Iceland Trek 2017

  • Dr Cornelia Szecsei

    I'm a second year Histopathology trainee in the Severn Deanery. I read about The College’s international projects and felt inspired to get involved with fundraising. It’s easy to forget that many countries, some of which aren’t very far away, don’t yet have established diagnostic services or cancer screening programmes and it’s great that the College is helping set these up. I’m a city girl born in London so trekking across lava fields and camping in the wilderness will be a new and exciting challenge. 

    When I’m not looking down my microscope I like looking through my camera lens. I really enjoy travel photography and the scenery in Iceland will let me indulge this hobby. One of my photographs was recently a runner up in a travel photography competition run by The Sunday Times. As a medical student I won an MDU elective photography competition and as an F2 I had my photos on display in the hospital as part of a staff art competition. When I’m not working or travelling I like doing yoga and relaxing at home in Bath with my boyfriend and two cats. 

    If you would like to sponsor Cornelia, please visit her online fundraising page

Ride London 2018

  • Dr Jim Seale

    College fellow and Regional Council for Wales’s member Dr Jim Seale completed this year’s Prudential RideLondon challenge, which took place on Sunday 29 July 2018. Prudential Ride London is seen as the world’s greatest festival of cycling. This year’s event is the sixth of its kind. A total of 26,720 riders completed the event on Sunday.


    Dr Jim Seale surpassed his initial target and raised the much-needed £673 to support the implementation and evaluation of a human papillomavirus (HPV) screening pilot project in Zimbabwe.



London Marathon 2017

  • Dr Alice Wort

    Chair, RCPath Trainee Advisory Committee

    ‘I am really excited to be running the Virgin Money London Marathon 2017 for RCPath’s Global Health Challenges. The College’s ‘Pathology is Global’ initiative is helping deliver high quality international pathology services, which are vital for health care all over the world.

    Alice’s training goal is to arrive on the start line fit and ready to race. Alice’s race goal is to be smiling in every photo taken of her during the race; particularly the one when she crosses the finish line! 

    If you would like to sponsor Alice, please visit her online fundraising page



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