“The Nightrider is a fantastic event. It’s more than a cycle ride; it’s an experience that lets you see the capital city in a completely new light. Cycling over Tower Bridge at 1.30am and then back over Waterloo Bridge as the sun rose are memories that will stay with me forever and I would encourage anyone wanting something a little different to sign up!” Ian Leech.
I first mentioned Nightrider style events last year and they seem to have grown in popularity. This years event is sponsoring the Lymphoma Association who work on supporting lymphatic cancer patients and increasing awareness about lymphoma, the UK’s fifth most commonly diagnosed cancer.
This years ride takes place on the 11th of June and covers 100km around London at night. The ride begins and ends at Crystal Palace where riders are treated to a well earned breakfast.
The route takes you around London’s most famous landmarks such as Big Ben, the London Eye and the Buckingham Palace. It’s a fully supported and well sign posted.
All money raised will be donated to Lymphoma Association.
Please contact the fundraising team for an information pack 01296 619419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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