Coverage of all three stages will be broadcast live on BBC Sport this year
BBC Sport will broadcast live coverage of all three stages of the 2023 Ford RideLondon Classique between Friday 26 and Sunday 28 May.
The Ford RideLondon Classique returns in a three-stage format again in 2023 after a successful first edition of the event last year. The world’s best teams and riders will take part including Great Britain’s former world champion Lizzie Deignan (Trek-Segafredo) in what is the only UCI Women’s WorldTour race in the UK this year.
The BBC coverage will comprise:
- 13:15 Friday 26 May (BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online): live coverage of Ford RideLondon Classique Stage One (Saffron Walden to Colchester)
- 13:00 Saturday 27 May (BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport online): live coverage of Ford RideLondon Classique Stage Two (Maldon to Maldon)
- 15:00 Sunday 28 May (BBC2): live coverage of Ford RideLondon Classique Stage Three (Central London) plus highlights of FreeCycle and Ford RideLondon-Essex 100, 60 and 30 mass participation events
The BBC has been host broadcaster of RideLondon since its inception in 2013. The event, the world’s greatest festival of cycling, is the most successful legacy event from the 2012 London Olympic Games with more than 500,000 participants having taken part since 2013, including more than 150,000 new or lapsed cyclists. It has also raised more than £83 million for charity since its inception.
Whisper TV will be producing the coverage of Ford RideLondon and the event will also be broadcast live across Europe, Asia and North America on Eurosport/Discovery and the Global Cycling Network, across South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa on SuperSport and on the Olympic Channel for the rest of the world.