Pride Ride - London 2024


Date to be announced spring 2025

Join us on the Pride Ride!

To join in the 2024 Pride Ride event, please register for free using the TicketSource Link.

Pride Ride – London 2023

The Pride Ride

The Pride Ride is an annual bike ride through central London accompanied by a team of experienced marshalls, and with a fierce soundtrack provided by IBikeLondon’s legendary fleet of disco bikes.

With an emphasis on socializing and sightseing the Pride Ride is a family friendly event.

The Pride Ride typically takes place the weekend before the Pride In London festival events.

The first Pride bike ride in London was hosted in 2016 by IBikeLondon and has been proudly supported by IBikeLondon and Cyclehoop ever since.

The Pride Ride is between 15 and 20 miles long and takes place over the course of an afternoon. The ride is customarily held the weekend before Pride in London’s main summer parade event.

The routes are carefully and thoughtfully designed to be at a relaxed pace so that everybody can get to know eachother and enjoy the many sights and sounds of London.

During the ride there will be a 30 minute break at the halfway point. The rest stop will have easy access to shops and public toilets.

Watch now – Pride Ride 2019

If you’d like a flavour of what the Pride Ride looks like, why not check out this video from our 2019 event!

Filmed by Stephen Dolan: 

Watch now on

Where does the Pride Ride go?

Full detials of the route for the Pride Ride – London 2024 are included further below

The Start

The meeting point is at the Laurence Olivier statue on the South Bank directly in front of the National Theatre. 

The meeting point is close to several coffee shops, accessible public toilets, and a well stocked newsagent is a stones throw away. The starting point is situated close to Waterloo Train Station for anybody who is joining us from further afield.

Halftime Break

During the ride there will be a scheduled break at the halfway point. The rest stop will have easy access to shops and public toilets.

We will be stopping for a 30 minute half-time break. The break location is close to public bike stands, accessible public toilets, and a well stocked supermarket.

The Finish Line

The ride finishes a short ride away from the start.

There will be nearby shops for snacks and beverages, and accessible toilet facilities.

The Pride Ride – London 2024 route

The 2024 Pride Ride took us on a gentle 13.5 Mile route through central London with a rest stop at the Coal Drops/Granary Square in Kings Cross. The ride returned to central London from there via Regents Park and Park Lane. To see the detailed route, click the button below.

See the detailed route map

Running behind or lost?

There’s no need to worry. Throughout the ride we will be sharing our live location on Glympse. 

By clicking the link below you’ll be able to see exactly where the ride leader is in real time so that you can easily catch up.

Share your favourite photos and videos

We love seeing all of your awesome memories and social media posts from the Pride Ride. If you share photos or videos anywhere online from this year’s event, please consider adding the hashtags #IBikeLondon and #PrideRide to your posts.

Pride Ride Safety Information

SAFETY: During the ride we will be cycling on the roads with other traffic. While the IBikeLondon volunteer marshalls will do all that they can to make the ride as safe as possible, everyone is required to ride responsibly and safely. All riders are entirely responsible for their own safety throughout the ride and IBikeLondon will not be held responsible for any injuries or accidents during the ride.

CHECK YOUR BIKE: Please make sure your bike is in good mechanical condition and check your brakes and tyres. If you have a mechanical problem or a puncture during the ride give our volunteer marshals a shout and they will assist where possible.

WEATHER: If the ride has to be cancelled or postponed due to poor or unsafe weather conditions, we will update the event page 12 hours in advance and post across social media (links at the top of this page).

COVID-19: We all still need to be aware that Covid hasn’t disappeared, so please do take precautions to minimise spread. From regularly washing and sanitising your hands, to social distancing, to wearing a mask indoors. Please be mindful of others