Nightrider is a fun, exciting cycle ride where you can see London under the moonlit night sky, cycling past iconic landmarks and through historic streets with 50km or 100km route options to choose from.
The first ever Nightrider took place in 2010 on the streets of London with 300 cyclists and since then has gained tremendous success with over 21,000 participants having taken up the challenge to date.
With full support, including medical back-up, as well as regular break stops throughout the night with snacks, water and toilets, this is a great way to see the lights of the capital. Highlights include Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, the London Eye and Buckingham Palace.
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When: 11-12 June 2022
Distance: 50km or 100km
Registration fee: £15
Fundraising target: £175
The ride starts from the iconic Lee Valley VeloPark in Stratford where London held the 2012 Olympics. You will start with a 1-mile lap of the road circuit before heading out towards north London. The cycle ride will finish where you begin making your journey there and home even simpler!
See the Nightrider FAQs for questions regarding accommodation, fitness, insurance and more.
Thinking about signing up? Check out this video from 2019 and register today!