Nightrider is headlining in London, Bristol and Liverpool next summer. Organisers of the ever-popular charity night ride have unveiled an incredible line-up in each city. The stage is set for hundreds of lycra-clad cyclists to ride through the night and
Each event is carefully planned to provide maximum entertainment with a spectacular line-up of iconic landmarks. London Nightrider™ on 10 / 11 June 2017 starts from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and takes in dozens of the capital's world-famous sights including Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square and the London Eye. Highlights of Bristol Nightrider on 1 / 2 July 2017 are the vibrant Harbourside area and illuminated Clifton Suspension Bridge. Liverpool Nightrider on 15 / 16 July 2017 fully embraces the city's legendary night scene, including Albert Docks, Cavern Club, Echo Arena and The Wirral.
Nightrider has all the ingredients to be the best night out next summer. It is a fantastic way to get together with friends and family or team up with work colleagues. The event has a party-like atmosphere because it is not timed and is not a race. New for 2017: 50km and 100km routes in each city so there is something for everyone, from novice riders to more experienced cyclists. Nightrider offers the chance to have fun and enjoy a Saturday night out with a difference, while doing something amazing for charity.
Nightrider is organised by leading charity tour operator Classic Tours. Each route is clearly signposted with regular break / toilet stops so that cyclists can ride at their own pace. Full support and back up is provided through the night and a well-earned breakfast and medal are available at the finish line. Classic Tours Managing Director, Gavin Kramer, says: “Let's make Nightrider 2017 bigger and better than ever. Bring your friends, get on your bike and together we can raise a huge amount for charity".
Nightrider is open to anyone aged 18+ of average fitness who is prepared to train beforehand.
There are two payment options available: Option 1: Pay £99 full event cost then raise as much sponsorship money as possible for any charity. Option 2: Pay £39 registration fee then raise £175* minimum sponsorship for a Nightrider charity partner (*exact amount set by each charity).
Registration for Nightrider 2017 is now open. For more information and to sign up visit http://www.nightrider.org.uk
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