The Nightrider will take place overnight on June 4 and is 60 Km (37.2 miles) long.
Kath says the Nightrider is a fantastic way to “discover London by bike whilst raising much needed funds for Emergence to enable us to continue our work to support all those affected by personality disorder. The route is chosen to enable all the cyclists to see all the highlights the Capital has to offer, spot a few treasures and then at the finish we get a well earned breakfast and a medal.”
The Prudential Ride London or Surrey 46 will take place on July 31 and the distance is in the title – it is 46 miles long.
The spectacular 46-mile route on traffic-free roads begins at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London and follows the same route as the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100 for the first 27 miles before taking a new two-mile route, which then links up with the last 17 miles through London to the finish in The Mall.
It is simple to donate: just go to the Emergence website Donation page.
Your donation is vital to help Emergence to continue to Change Attitudes and Build Lives by not only supporting all those affected by personality disorder, with advice and information, but also seeking to influence health and social policy nationally. Emergence also works to increase public and professional understanding of personality disorder to help reduce the stigma and discrimination associated with this mental health condition.”
So please support Kath’s cycling efforts by donating on the page above. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
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