Ride the Night London 2024
Saturday 4th May 2024
Make spring 2024 the best of your life and join the UK’s biggest female cycling event!
On one spectacular night, over a thousand ladies will unite and cycle 50 km or 100 km through London for people facing cancer starting and finishing at Kempton Park Racecourse.
Everyone knows someone affected by cancer and Ride the Night is our chance to show our strength against it. Together, we’ll light up the capital city and make a phenomenal impact for Breast Cancer Now, Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust, and Ovarian Cancer Action!
Ride the Night London 2024 will mark our tenth event, so join us today and help make this year’s challenge more magical than ever!
Routes are subject to change following risk assessments nearer to the event date. We will send out the final route files to all registered participants in April.
50 km – There will be a new 50 km route for 2024 which is in design. It will start at Kempton Park, go into central London, and finish in London. Cyclists and their bikes will be brought back to Kempton Park.
Frequently asked questions
Ride the Night London 2024 is non-competitive and it isn’t designed for professional athletes. It’s designed for women from all cycles of life looking for a challenge to get fit for and push themselves out of their comfort zone to raise funds for people facing cancer.
Cycling 100 km (approx. 62 miles) or 50 km (approx. 31 miles) in one night is a mighty challenge, but it’s achievable if you train and we provide you with a training plan that you can download at any time from our website.
A number of the women who will take part in this exciting challenge will have a low fitness level when they sign up. Ride the Night London 2024 is the perfect motivation to train and get fit, all whilst raising funds for three amazing charities.
Take it from one of our wonderful past Ride the Nighters, Joanne:
“Come on ladies, I did the 100km challenge and I’d never been on a bike before I signed up. You have people cheering you all the way around and an absolutely fantastic feeling when you finish! I will definitely do it again! When I signed up, I was the same as everyone else, like “sure I can do this,” but as the time got closer, I started to question why I had entered – but I’m so glad I did!
It was organised so well that I had no doubts when I arrived. Yes, 100km sounds a lot, but you just do it. We did it in eight hours and it was pain free. So if I could do it in the stupid weather we had, then anyone can!”
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