The three-day cycling festival is expected to be attended by up to 100,000 riders during the weekend of 29-31 July.
Froome, who won his third Tour de France overall in Paris on Sunday, will cycle in the Classic road race on Sunday 31 July, which celebrates the legacy of the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Additional information as well as timetables on competitions including the Grand Prix, Brompton WC, and Classique can be accessed here.
You can register to take part in the family-friendly FreeCycle on Saturday 30 July, here.
The route takes in an eight-mile circuit passing iconic London landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Bank of England.
Where to watch
Locations and times for each of the three days can be found here.
Classique routePrudential RideLondon
FreeCycle routePrudential RideLondon
Classic routePrudential RideLondon
100 routePrudential RideLondon
46 routePrudential RideLondon