Registration for the Glasgow Nightrider 2019 is now open!

If you’re not familiar with the event, Nightrider is all about having a fun night out whilst raising funds for charity. There are 2 distances for riders to choose from, a 100km ride or a 50km challenge. The circular ride will start and finish at Pacific Quay, beside the River Clyde. Highlights of the route include the four football grounds, Glasgow and Strathclyde universities, Billy Connolly murals, Clydeside, Barrowlands, Cathkin Braes, Glasgow Cathedral, Byres Road and Sauchiehall Street, to name just a few. One of the rewards of staying up all night is enjoying the spectacular sunrise over the River Clyde at dawn.  It’s fully supported with a signed route (GPS also available), break stops, toilets, mechanics, medics and a well-deserved breakfast and medal at the finish line. For more details about the Glasgow route see here.

The confirmed dates for the Glasgow Nightrider 2019 is the 22/23 June 2019

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This fun filled charity cycle ride is about taking on the challenge and seeing the sights. It’s not a race and it’s not timed. 

We’ve planned the route to include as many of the highlights of Glasgow in as we can. You see the well known sights, as well as some hidden treasures. It really is a unique way to explore this fantastic city.

Full support, back up and regular break stops are provided throughout the night, and a well earned breakfast and medal at the finish.

You can contact our regional fundraising team for help to get registered, fundraising advice and a pack to get you started! Click here to find your local regional fundraiser.

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