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Who’s coming when? Your guide to our Ride The Night celebs

Ride The Night 2018 has attracted incredible support from thousands of women and we’re overwhelmed by your enthusiasm year upon year, challenge upon challenge, to saddle up and support the Women V Cancer charities.

Just to be clear, every single one of our Dream Challenges participants is a hero - and if it were up to us, you’d all be famous!

We’ve had a few of you asking in the Ride The Night Facebook Group which amazing celebrities are coming on which night, so here’s who you can expect to see:

5 May



Amy Williams

We mentioned in our last email that the wonderful Olympic Gold Medallist, Amy Williams, is joining us for Ride The Night. How she’s juggling her training along with presenting the Winter Olympics 2018 on the BBC and looking after her 11-month-old son, is something of an art. 

See her interview here or visit her website here.


Pandora Christie

Blogging about life, beauty, dogs travel and fashion, Pandora Christie is an absolute gem and we’re thrilled to have her joining us on 5 May ride. If you don’t know her from her hugely entertaining blog, you’ll recognise her from the radio as Kiss FM and Kisstory presenter.

She has moved us beyond words with her quote, which really sums up what Women V Cancer is all about:

“I’m taking part in Ride the Night because we CAN beat this together. I know far too many people who have had their lives touched by cancer and this is why this means so much to me as it has become scarily close to all of us.” - Pandora Christie

Visit her website here.

Amy Williams, Olympic Gold Medallist

Amy Williams, Olympic Gold Medallist

Pandora Christie, Lifestyle Blogger & Kiss FM presenter

Pandora Christie, Lifestyle Blogger & Kiss FM presenter

Katy Burke
A close friend of Amy Williams and Former GB Modern Pentathlete, Katy Burke is now a primary school teacher and so probably bags the most motivating teacher award! Dabbling in triathlon and baking in her free time, she’s also made the team at Women V Cancer super happy by signing up to Ride The Night on 5 May!

Follow her on Twitter.

Katy Burke, Former GB Modern Pentathlete

Katy Burke, Former GB Modern Pentathlete

26 May


Sarah Harradine
Also known as the "Squat Bot" - what a name - is forever motivating. With a blog packed full of fitness training tips, she’s a fantastic personal trainer and self-proclaimed social media nerd - see for yourself by following her on Instagram. Needless to say, we’re delighted to have her coming down from Manchester to join the ride on 26!

Read her blog here.



Charlotte Holmes
Miss England 2012 is joining Ride The Night! This stunning fitness model and TV presenter is not just a pageant hero but a real hero, joining the Women V Cancer cause with her mum and the determination to stand together to beat cancer. Charlotte and her mum are also going to kick off our awesome night with a warm-up to get all our Ride the Night heroes feeling the power!

We're so moved by her words: 

“I’ve decided to Ride The Night with my mum to help her keep her New Years’ resolution of ‘move more’ and because we all need to stand together to beat cancer.” - Charlotte Holmes

Follow her on Twitter.

Sarah Harradine, aka That Squat Bot, Fitness Blogger

Sarah Harradine, aka That Squat Bot, Fitness Blogger

Charlotte Holmes, Fitness Model and TV Presenter

Charlotte Holmes, Fitness Model and TV Presenter

Olivia Wayne

Exciting announcement: Olivia Wayne, the fantastic Sky Sports News Presenter with a heart of gold, is joining Ride the Night on the 26 May as an ambassador. We're so excited to have her supporting Women V Cancer and boosting awareness of this incredible event.

Follow her on Twitter

Olivia J Wayne, Sky Sports News Presenter

Olivia J Wayne, Sky Sports News Presenter

Time's running out to join the ride


Fancy joining these celebrities, along with thousands of other overwhelmingly inspiring women? Don't miss your chance!

The deadline to sign up for Ride The Night 2018 is 30 March. So if you're interested in riding the night to support women affected by women's cancers, sign up fast here.

If you don't think you can reach the sponsorship deadline by then, you can still join the cause by volunteering. Both men and women are more than welcome to volunteer for Ride The Night as "Ride Makers". We have lots of roles for you to choose from, ranging from supervising the bike racks to volunteering at one of our feed stations or cheer stops. Browse the Ride Maker roles here.

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