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How long did it take 15,000 cyclists to ride 100 miles?
Did you ride in this year's RideLondon-Surrey 100? Cheer on the cyclists? Just curious about what the range of finishing times are for the more than 15,000 riders? Interested in joining our team for next year's RideLondon-Surrey 100?
Based on finishing times provided on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 website, we compiled a chart that tallies, by hour and minute, riders' finishing times.
What the times show
For clarity, we rounded all times up to the next minute. For example, my finishing time was 7:21:16 but it was rounded up to 7:22 for the chart below.
According to the finishing times:
- 6:12 is the average time
- 6:04 is the mean
What do you think of the chart? (You can find a bigger version of the chart on the Datawrapper website.)
Get involved and learn more about RideLondon-Surrey 100
- Learn how you can join our team for next year's RideLondon-Surrey 100
- Read my report from this year's ride and my motivation for making the ride
- Find times for all riders on the official RideLondon-Surrey 100 website
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