Some of the world's best professional cyclists (including Sir Bradley Wiggins and Laura Trott), will be performing in a range of events, including the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, which covers a 200km route through central London, to Surrey, and back again.
The line-up for this exciting race will include incredible cycling talent from all over the world.
The 25 teams competing on Sunday comprise seven UCI WorldTour Teams, 11 UCI Pro Continental Teams, six UCI Continental Teams and a GB Cycling Team.
Two of the world's all-time best sprinters André Greipel and Mark Cavendish will be taking part, as well as Mark Renshaw, Elia Viviani, Sep Vanmarcke and Tom Boonen, who will all be intent on making their mark in the 200km race.
Also racing will be Sir Bradley Wiggins, who makes a rare appearance on the road, and former World Road Race Champion Philippe Gilbert.
Reigning RideLondon-Surrey Classic champion Adam Blythe will once again take on Ben Swift. Blythe held off Swift in a sprint finish to win last year's race, after cycling for nearly five hours in rainy conditions.
Race director of the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, Mick Bennet, said: "This is without doubt the best field ever assembled in the UK for a one-day classic.
"It's fantastic for British cycling fans to be able to watch the superstars of cycling race through this wonderful route in London and Surrey.
"We are set for something very special."
The race will start at the iconic location of Horse Guards Parade in central London before going out through the capital to Kingston upon Thames, Hampton Court and then over the River Thames into Surrey, before returning back through Kingston.
The closing stages of the race go through Parliament Square and up Whitehall to Trafalgar Square through Admiralty Arch, where the riders will start the final sprint along The Mall towards Buckingham Palace and the finish line.
The RideLondon-Surrey Classic is the final event of the cycling festival, and will take place from 1.30pm on Sunday (August 2).
For a map of the route for the RideLondon-Surrey Classic, as well as details of road closures, see our guide.