Become a Nightrider for Meningitis Now

12th May 2015

While the capital sleeps, we invite cycling enthusiasts to pedal past over 50 of London’s most iconic landmarks through the night on Saturday 6 June to help fight meningitis


They will join 3,000 Nightrider participants in a fully sign-posted 60km/100km moonlit bike ride, setting off from either Crystal Palace or Lee Valley VeloPark.

This awe-inspiring circular route runs over Tower Bridge, through Canary Wharf and Piccadilly Circus, past the London Eye and over the Abbey Road crossing. 

We are offering a discounted £39 (non-refundable) from £99 entry rate to participants cycling for us. 

We have just five remaining guaranteed charity places, which can be reserved by entering MENINGITISNOW upon registration. By taking one of our places, you pledge to raise a minimum of £175.

Riders will receive support from Meningitis Now every step of the way, including a fundraising pack jam-packed with tips, a free cycling top and personalised letters. 

Back up and regular breaks are provided throughout the night, followed by a well-earned breakfast and medal at the finish line.

Cyclists can ride at their own pace – it’s not a race.

Participants must be 18 years or over on race day and must be confident riding alongside London traffic. It’s a long course so training is strongly recommended. 

Every penny raised helps Meningitis Now fund vital research, awareness and support for people affected by the devastating disease. Buckle up your helmet and join our team to help save lives and rebuild futures.

Find out more and sign up here