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Plan your day at RideLondon: Times, events and venues

Some 50,000 amateur riders are expected to take part in the 10-mile FreeCycle loop of London. Credit: Prudential RideLondon

Some 50,000 amateur riders are expected to take part in the 10-mile FreeCycle loop of London which will see cyclists pass some of the capital's historic landmarks.

The two-day annual event, which will start at 9 am tomorrow, will open with double Olympic gold medalist Laura Trott attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the biggest bike bell ensemble.

Laura Trott will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the biggest bike bell ensemble at Guildhall Yard. Credit: PA

The 22-year-old will be defending her title in tomorrow’s Women’s Grand Prix, which she won last August.

The timetable of events:

09:00

  • Guinness World Record attempt to create world's biggest bike bell orchestra at Guildhall.
  • All Festival Zones open (Guildhall closed until the end of the Guinness World Record attempt).
  • Hoxton Radio live broadcast from the Leadenhall Market Festival Zone.

10:00

  • Bike-frame building, saddle making and pedal-powered printing at Leadenhall Market Festival Zone.
  • A variety of music bikes will make their way around the route, including a mariachi band, a brass band and a beat boxer on a cycle sofa at Green Park.
  • The first band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.
The two-day annual event will start at 9 am tomorrow. Credit: Prudential RideLondon

10:30

  • Guildhall Festival Zone will offer the chance to see the Extreme Unicycling Team, visit the TfL Workshop Stage and be entertained by Puncture Kit, the drumming cyclist.
  • Andrei Burton warms up and performs some stunts ahead of his world-record attempts at Green Park.
  • Penny farthing polo game at St Paul's.

11:00

  • The second band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.
  • Green Park offers the chance to visit the Cycle Superhero Zone, bling your bike, or have a go at customising your tabard.

11:30

The third band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.

12:00

  • Leadenhall Market's atrium will feature live bands, special guests and DJs throughout the afternoon.
  • Guinness World Records Street Trials Battle starts - Andrei Burton and friends will attempt to break eight world records, including the highest bunny hop and highest wall ride at Green Park.

13:00

Ride the route to see live music, including the Voodoo Love Orchestra at Bank Junction, Kao Sound on Upper Thames Street, Rhythms of the City on Byward Street and Speak Easy Stompers at Tower Hill.

The FreeCycle loop of London will see cyclists pass some of the capital's historic landmarks. Credit: Prudential RideLondon

14:00

  • St Paul's offers a penny farthing polo game, the chance to visit the world's only pop-up street velodrome and watch BMX Flatlanders performing stunning stunts and tricks.
  • The fourth band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.

14:25

The fifth band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.

15:00

  • The sixth band performs on the main stage as part of the Mayor of London's GIGS big busking competition at Green Park.
  • The Tower Hill Festival Zone offers pedal-powered games and the chance to see the British Unicycling champion.
  • The Disco Shed pedal-powered garden party will feature music, lights, a bubble machine and dance workshop.
  • The poppy field on front of the Tower of London will be on display.

15:30

World-famous stunt cyclist Andrei Burton will be performing tricks at Green Park.

16:00

At 4 pm the Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle route will come to a close.