News & stories News Meet our Ride London cyclists Eight intrepid cyclists are taking on the 100 mile Prudential RideLondon to raise vital funds for SHP. The Prudential RideLondon is one of the most prestigious events in the cycling calendar. Following the 2012 Olympic route, the 100-mile course is packed with leg-testing climbs, stunning Surrey scenery and iconic London sights. Meet our team of cyclists: Lee and James Lee has worked for SHP since 2010, and over the years has worked across many different services – seeing first had the impact that we have on our clients' lives. Lee is currently working at both Dennis Handfield House and 165 Kings Cross Road, working to support the staff and develop the service. Lee has roped in his friend James, and the pair hope to complete the race in six and a half hours. Support Lee and James. Imogen, Aliss, Hannah and Chris Imogen, Aliss and Chris all work for Travers Smith LLP, who have chosen SHP as their charity partner of the year. They said: ‘We are very excited to take on the challenge of the 100 mile Ride London for such a worthwhile cause. As an inner City law firm we see the rise in homelessness and rough sleepers every day. We are riding to help those who are vulnerable and socially excluded transform their lives.’ Support Imogen, Aliss, Hannah and Chris Alice and Yasmin Alice and Yasmin are both part of the SHP Westminster Support team, and will be taking on the challenge together. They're hoping to finish the ride in eight hours. Both Alice and Yasmin are brand new to cycling – Alice only got her bike in February, and is still getting used to her cleats and SPD pedals! They said: “We see first-hand how the organisation helps some of the most vulnerable people in London. The combination of the housing crisis and continued cuts to services has seen SHP become increasingly responsible for those who are in need. There has not been a more crucial time to donate to our worthy cause.” Support Alice and Yasmin Feeling inspired? Find out more about taking on a challenge event for SHP.