Updated: Cycle through London and raise funds for UK Deaf Sport

Update:  Registration closes on Friday 10 May.  Now the nights are getting longer, it’s time to dust off your bike, book your place at the dedicated UKDS page now and get into training!

How do I raise funds for UKDS?
Once you have registered, use our JustGiving link as your fundraising page.  The link is www.justgiving.com/gbdeaflympics2013

How would you like to cycle past all the landmarks of London in the moonlight? UKDS has teamed up with Nightrider for a 100km charity bike ride this summer and we have reserved places for you to take part.

You will cycle through Tower Bridge, a deserted City of London, Canary Wharf, London Zoo, Piccadilly Circus, British Museum, London Eye, Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and more.

The event takes place overnight from Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 June and the starting points are either Alexandra Palace in the north of London or Crystal Palace to the south.

UKDS Vice Chair Stuart Harrison, along with his wife Joanne, will be doing the ride from Crystal Palace. Here’s what he had to say:

“Joanne and I are looking forward to the event in two ways. It will be a personal challenge to complete the course and secondly, it will be a challenge to raise as much as possible for the UKDS Deaflympics Movement. “

Read all about Nightrider at their informative website: www.nightrider.org.uk.

View a video of the 2012 Nightrider and see if you can spot a Princess…

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