Kingston might be the best place to watch the Prudential RideLondon event on Sunday, July 30, as the route comes through town twice.

The centre is set to have a festival atmosphere, with a DJ truck, a BMX stunt show, a static bike race to challenge your friends and family, a pedal-powered smoothie-making bike to blend your own free drink to, and plenty of activities for children, including face painting, street entertainers and rides.

Crowds will be able to line the route to cheer on the cyclists, or pull up a deckchair and watch all the action on a big screen in the Ancient Market Place.

Prudential RideLondon was developed by the Mayor of London in partnership with Surrey County Council, and it has raised more than £41 million since its inception in 2013.

It is the largest festival of cycling in the world, with more than 100,000 participants expected to cycle more than three million miles over the weekend.

Cyclists in the 100, 46 and Classic events will pass through Kingston and over Kingston Bridge on the outbound route and back through town via the Ancient Market Place on the return journey.

The action from all the events is expected to be visible in Kingston from 6.40am to 5.40pm.