Nightrider London 2015


Date: 6-7 June 2015

Dig out your bicycle clips for an exciting 100 km moonlit cycle ride past London’s iconic landmarks. While the capital sleeps, over £2 million will be raised in 1 night for hundreds of good causes…so why not use pedal power to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Action?

Nightrider event information

This is a unique London charity event, you can set off from either Crystal Palace or Lee Valley and follow a 60km or 100km circular route past over 50 of London’s most iconic landmarks including: Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus, British Museum, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, Royal Albert Hall, Battersea Power Station and many more….

Registration and fees

There are two options

Option 1: Pay registration fee of £39 and pledge to raise a minimum sponsorship amount of £175.

Option 2: Pay £99 full event cost then raise as much sponsorship money as possible

PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL NEED TO ENTER THE COUPON CODE  “PCA” AT THE POINT OF CHECKOUT  WHEN ENTERING TO RIDE FOR US.

Register Here for London Nightrider 

The Route

The itinerary will be entirely on roads for ease of access and quality of lighting.  It will be clearly sign-posted so you can cycle at your own pace.  Full support and back up will be provided.

Change to Northern start location
In the interest of safety we have had to relocate the start from Alexandra Palace in the North of London to the Lee Valley VeloPark (the site of the Olympic Velodrome) in East London for Nightrider™ 2015. Alexandra Palace are hosting a concert on the same evening which we believe will lead to congestion at the time of the star

Fundraising –

Fundraising funds research that saves lives. We want to get more people diagnosed in time for surgery – currently the only cure.

Set up your online fundraising page at Virgin Money Giving

Visit our fundraising section for some great tips. Click here

Event finishes – You have 6 hours to complete the event

Equipment and what to wear

We recommend you wear suitable running gear.

Training

Training for this event is most definitely recommended. Try walking or running this distance prior to the day of the event. This will give you an idea of what to expect.

For more information please see the Official Website or contact us at [email protected]