The hospice has eight spaces available for cyclists who want to take on a challenge for a local good cause.
The hospice is appealing for cyclists to get into gear and join their team for the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 on Sunday 31 July.
RideLondon100 is like no other cycling challenge, taking participants through the closed roads of London and the Surrey Hills, just hours before the world’s top cyclists race the route.
Joanne Rodger, events and challenges fundraiser, said: “We have eight gold bond places to fill for this fantastic Olympic legacy event so if you fancy taking on a 100 mile cycle challenge which is established as one of the UK’s biggest and best for your local hospice, please get in touch.
“It costs millions of pounds a year to run the hospice and we rely on the generosity and support of the local community to meet the majority of these costs through taking part in events such as RideLondon.”
Last year, ten people took on the challenge in aid of the hospice, raising a fantastic £11,000 to help improve life for people living with a progressive illness such as cancer, motor neurone disease and heart failure.
Registration is £20 and cyclists are asked to raise £500 in sponsorship for the hospice which will go towards providing care and support to more than 2,000 patients and families every year.