Well done to Kevin, Craig and Matt who completed their 100km moonlit ride across London for Nightrider 2012!
Setting off at Crystal Palace at 12.20am on Sunday 10th June they cycled past the National Maritime Museum, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, City of London, Canary Wharf, Mile End Stadium, Emirates Stadium and finished their journey at Alexandra Palace.
It was a huge challenge for them and after getting a bit lost, struggling up hills and admiring the views and sites; they finally finished at 7am!
They raised a huge £780.00 for African Revival on Just Giving – thank you to everyone who donated and supported the team.
We’re looking forward to seeing what their next challenge is!
We love doing our bit for charity and this time we are raising money for our friends at African Revival who are based around the corner in Hampton Hill.
African Revival is a wonderful charity that believes in the power of quality education in order to change lives. By building schools, training teachers, providing resources that schools need, African Revival helps break the cycle of poverty and offer inspiration and opportunity to Africa’s future generations. They currently work with over 25 schools in Uganda, Zambia and South Sudan.
To raise money for our chosen charity, we have put Kevin, Craig and Matt R to the challenge. They will be doing a 100km bike ride around London at night time, alongside 3,000 other cyclists! On the 9th June 2012 at midnight, they will be starting off at Crystal Palace and will cycle past London’s iconic landmarks including the National Maritime Museum, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, City of London, Canary Wharf, Mile End Stadium, Emirates Stadium and finish their journey at Alexandra Palace.
They have been training hard for the event, through wind and rain, and would love to get some sponsors on board to get them motivated.
Please help support the guys on their gruelling 100km cycle around London by sponsoring them on Gravytrain’s Just Giving Page.