KX Takes on London-Surrey 100
Sunday August 4th will see a team of riders take on the London-Surrey 100 to raise funds for The Walkabout Foundation. Led by KX expert trainer Jason St Clair, the team will be taking in incredible sites and taking on parts of the route made famous by the London 2012 Olympics.
The team may have mixed abilities, but they are all united in their desire to raise funds and awareness for The Walkabout Foundation. Some team members have even come from outside the UK specifically for this event! Whether aboard or here in the UK, the members have spent many weeks preparing for this 100 mile challenge. A few Londoners even took on parts of the route with Jason at weekends to make sure they’re as prepared as they can be come Sunday.
The London-Surrey 100 starts in the newly re-opened Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route through the capital and into the Surrey countryside before finishing on The Mall in central London.
It is sure to be the highlight of a weekend of festivities in the capital celebrating cycling as well as the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
If you’re on twitter be sure to follow @WalkaboutOrg and #londonwalkabout2013 for tweets from the staring line.
We wish all the riders the best of luck on Sunday.