Peter Sagan and Britain’s David Millar are among a clutch of riders due to start the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic who have just have taken part in this year’s Tour de France.
Sagan won a stage at this year’s Tour and also claimed the green jersey, which is awarded to the best sprinter.
The first African rider to lead the Tour de France, Daryl Impey, is also due to be on the start line.
The Classic on Sunday 4 August, which is part of a two-day festival of cycling in London and Surrey, will be covered live by BBC television and broadcast internationally on Eurosport.
It follows The Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 event for 20,000 amateurs.
To ensure people have all the information they need to make the most of the Surrey events and prepare for any disruption, Prudential RideLondon leaflets have been sent to residents and businesses on the route.
The leaflets include maps of the route, details of road closures and advice about how to make the most of the events.
To view the leaflet, follow this link.