Cycle the London Nightrider with Amnesty International
8 - 9 June 2013
Registration for this year's Nightrider London cycle has now closed!
If you're looking for a similar event, why not join our cycling team for London to Brighton?
If you've already signed up to ride with us and are looking for more information, please contact Anna with any questions.
Ride a stunning route round the capital this summer as the city sleeps - and help protect human rights as you cycle.
The 100km Nightrider is a fitness challenge and sociable event like no other. Explore London by moonlight and streetlamp, and cycle a spectacular route past iconic landmarks and secret treasures alike.
Whether you're a commuter looking to set yourself a challenge and improve your fitness, or an accomplished cyclist wishing to push yourself a little further and get on the saddle for a good cause, the London Nightrider is a cycle you won't forget!
What you need to know
Date 8 - 9 June 2013, overnight (event starts 11.30pm)
Registration fee £39
Minimum fundraising target £175
Minimum age 18
Why not get some friends or colleagues to join you?
Touring the city by bike can be a lot more fun alongside a group of friends, colleagues or relatives.
If you're not used to cycling long distances, you'll instantly have some companions to train with in the run-up to the event.
And there's nothing like group camaraderie to boost your spirits in the early hours of the morning on a 100km night cycle!
We'll support you all the way
Join Team Amnesty and we'll give you loads of tips on how to prepare and get the most out of your cycle as well as tons of ideas of how to raise money for human rights as you get ready for the big night.
We'll be there on the night to support you, and cheer you off at the start point just before midnight on the Saturday evening.
About the event
The circular route starts and finishes at Alexandra Palace, via city landmarks like the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, Tower Bridge and we'll set off at 11.30pm - and then the city is yours!
The route is fully-signposted and there will be plenty of event stewards, mechanics and first-aiders on hand to make sure you have a smooth cycle.
Snacks, drinks and toilet stops will be provided along the course, and there will be a steaming cup of tea and breakfast waiting for you at the finish point.
Got a question? Anna, our Senior Community Fundraising Coordinator, will be happy to help.
Phone 020 7033 1646