Taking in over 50 of London’s famous landmarks, Nightrider™ is a truly unique way to explore the capital. While London sleeps, 4500 cyclists will raise more than £2 million in one night for hundreds of charities. Highlights include Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Royal Opera House and the London Eye. Full support, back up and regular break stops are provided throughout the night and a well-earned breakfast and medal at the finish line.
Key facts about Nightrider™ London:
Enjoy cycling pass more than 50 sights of London is this unique charity bike ride at night.
The route is fully sign-posted and not closed to traffic. You can cycle at your own pace and follow the signs.
Join over 4000 cyclists on the night raising funds.
Is Nightrider™ for me?
If you’re looking for a challenge then this is for you!
You should be confident in cycling alongside with London traffic. London’s roads are busy even at night, the route is mainly on quieter roads however the route takes is some of London’s busy spots such as Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square, which will be busy with public and vehicles.
This event is not a race and not timed, we encourage people to cycle responsibly.
This is a challenge and you will cycle 100km / approx. 62 miles at night therefore you will need to train. This event is not suitable for beginners. Training guidelines will be provided.
Date: Saturday, 6th June 2015 Location: Lee Valley Velopark, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Abercrombie Road, London, E20 3AB Time: 6:00 PM - 5:00 AM