Saddling up for Fields in Trust at the Prudential RideLondon

Saddling up for Fields in Trust at the Prudential RideLondon

The nine #teamFIT riders taking part in the Prudential RideLondon all crossed the line successfully on Sunday afternoon having completed the tough 100 mile course.

First of the Fields in Trust riders across the line were Jon Stagg and Tim Walker, who finished just a second apart after just over 4 hours 39 minutes in the saddles. The pair were riding as part of the team of four friends and all successfully completed the challenge within an hour of each other, with Tom Irwin and Alastair Qualtrough following home the leading pair.

Laura Addie and Michael Cloke also finished together followed by Stephen Honey, and it wasn't long before all nine of Fields in Trust's riders had successfully clocked up the 100 mile course.

Jamie Goodman, riding alongside childhood friend Seb Kirk, said: "The ride was a real challenge, but very rewarding and amazing having so many people out cheering you on the route motivating you to carry on! It was great to be supporting such a worthwhile charity and cycling past many of the parks it protects!"

Seb and Jamie (pictured) have fond memories of playing football with friends and family over the years at their two local parks, Cock Lane Recreation Ground in Fetcham and King George V Playing Field in Effingham, both of which are protected with Fields in Trust.

To support any of our runners by donating to them please click on their names above to be taken to their fundraising pages.

Fields in Trust was founded in 1925 by King George V. Our mission is the same now and as it was then: to ensure that everyone – young or old, able-bodied or disabled and wherever they live – should have access to free, local outdoor space for sport, play and recreation.


Inspired by the amazing achievements of #teamFIT at the Prudential Ride London? If you would like to take on a challenge event to raise money for Fields in Trust then please get in touch with our Fundraising Officer, Genevieve Hinchliff, by calling 020 7427 2114 or emailing