On June 6 more than 4,000 cyclists will descend upon the streets of London cycling past some of the most iconic sights in the capital during the dead of night to raise funds for their chosen charities.
The London Nightrider event will see thousands of cyclists opt to ride either 60 or 100km for charity, passing highlights to include Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf and Piccadilly Circus.
Full support, back up and regular break stops are provided throughout the night together with a well-earned breakfast and medal at the finish line. With registration closing on 25 May, a non-returnable deposit of £39 is required, together with a minimum of £175 in fundraising.
Gloria Hill, Cash for Kids charity manager, said: “This event is incredible! Seeing London lit by night, passing iconic landmarks like the London Eye while raising funds for Cash for Kids is bound to be brilliant. I’m urging all of our supporters to sign up before Monday’s deadline and help us to raise as much money as we can.”
Wave 105 riders can register at: http://www.wave105.com/charity/fundraising-appeals/london-nightrider/