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Summary

  1. The world’s top pro cyclists take on a 183km route through London and Surrey
  2. German Pascal Akermann (Bora-Hansgrohe) wins the elite Classic race in 4hrs 20mins 11secs
  3. Italians Elia Viviani (Quick - Step Floors) in second place and Giacomo Nizzolo (Trek - Segafredo) in third
  4. Briton Mark Cavendish finishes outside top 10
  5. 150 of the world’s top riders took on on the 183km route through Surrey
  6. Scroll back to start of live text for posts on RideLondon-Surrey mass participation rides

Live Reporting

By Kal Sajad and Steve Sutcliffe

All times stated are UK

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  1. 40km to go

    Britain's Mark Cavendish is keeping himself nicely hidden from the elements right in the middle of his Dimension Data team-mates.

    How much energy might that conserve for the final sprint...?

  2. Post update

    Not good news for Team Sunweb rider Michael Matthews.

    The Australian has dropped from the lead group to the back of the peloton and it looks as though he's having to change his wheel after being involved in a crash.

  3. Post update

    British rider Owain Doull from Team Sky is also up there.

  4. Post update

    Alexander Kristoff may not be here but his Katusha Alpecin teammate Nathan Haas is looking strong in the lead group which now stands at six riders.

    Manuele Boare and Valerio Agnoli remain from the original breakaway.

    Lead group in the RideLondon-Surrey Classic
  5. 50km to go

    There's about an hour of racing left here. We've still got a breakaway group, followed by a first chase group of about 25 riders and then the main peloton, who are 60 seconds down on the leaders.

    This looks likely to end in a sprint up the Mall.

  6. Post update

    It looks as though a few riders are struggling to hold on at the back of the peloton with the gusty conditions probably not helping at all.

    Meanwhile Britain's Mark Cavendish is looking relatively comfortable sat with his Dimension Data team-mates near the head of the peloton.

  7. Post update

    One last KoM to come and it's the iconic Box Hill. The race leaders will want to stay together to hold off the sprint trains.

  8. 60km to go

    Now then. This is getting interesting at the front of the race.

    The breakaway has been caught by a group containing Nathan Haas and Michael Matthews so the lead group has swelled to nine.

  9. 'The weather was brutal'

    BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin also took part in the Ride 100 earlier.

    "I didn't think I could walk. I've had a mud facial and a shower - the weather was brutal out there," she told the BBC.

    "But it was an amazing atmosphere, it's been great fun. It's a long way but all the people that came out in the rain to support us was fantastic."

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  10. Post update

    That's the penultimate KoM done and dusted with Manuele Boaro (Bahrain-Merida) ahead of Alexis Gougeard (AG2RLM Pro Cycling) and Aaron Verwilst (Team SVB).

    By my reckoning Gougeard now tops the KoM standings with 21 points with Aaron Verwilst second on 18 points.

    One climb remaining.

  11. Ewan abandons

    Caleb Ewan

    Mitchelton-Scott's Caleb Ewan may have won stages at the Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a Espana in the past but he won't win today.

    The Australian sprinter has abandoned after being involved in the breakaway earlier on.

    That's one less rival for Mark Cavendish to worry about on the Mall.

  12. Post update

    We're on the penultimate KoM climb as Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) and Jay McCarthy (Bora Hansgrohe) head a small group of riders to open up a 30 second gap from the main peloton in pursuit of the breakaway.

  13. 'Cavendish has a shout'

    Magnus Backstedt

    Tour de France stage winner on BBC TV

    Mark Cavendish

    I think Mark Cavendish has a shout today, definitely. We saw him at Tour de France not necessarily in his peak condition, so we're hoping for a little bit more.

    The hope was there at the Tour de France but I just don't think he has raced enough this year with all the injuries he's had. He's had some bad crashes.

  14. Post update

    Manuele Boaro (Bahrain-Merida) takes the third sprint of the day as the peloton reduce the gap to the breakaway group to around a minute.

    There'll be in sight soon.

  15. Post update

    Conditions definitely aren't improving. The wind seems to be getting up as the breakaway hold on to a 1'22 advantage over the peloton.

  16. 'An amazing vibe'

    Anna Thompson

    BBC Sport at RideLondon-Surrey

    RideLondon-Surrey

    We made it! 100 miles done and dusted through the wind and rain.

    Chapeau to all the participants, it's been a great experience with an amazing vibe throughout the journey. Just got another eight miles to the hotel now!

  17. Post update

    Earlier today, 24,000 amateur riders took part in the RideLondon-Surrey Ride 100. The 100-mile route was gruelling and the rain didn't help.

    BBC Sport's Anna Thompson took part, alongside her other-half Stewart. How did they do...?