This festival of cycling, returns for its eighth outing from Friday 27 May to Sunday 29 May and will be coming through our district.
This year, riders can enjoy 3 traffic-free routes, starting in Central London and travelling through our beautiful county of Essex.
RideLondon have published an interactive map of the full route.
The 30-mile route is ideal for all abilities and takes riders up to the Essex border.
For the first time this year, a 60-mile route has been introduced and takes riders through some of Essex's picturesque villages, including Epping and Ongar.
For riders who want a challenge, the 100-mile route journeys through the Essex countryside up to Great Dunmow, before joining a section of the 2014 Stage Three Tour de France route.
As well as the three ride challenges, Essex will also be hosting two stages of the RideLondon Classique, a three-day UCI Women's WorldTour road race. From 27 to 28 May, some of the world's greatest teams and riders travel through London and Essex.