Sign up for challenging Nightrider 2014 from Alexandra Palace for Haringey Shed

The race passes over fifty of London’s most famous landmarks, including Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus and the London Eye

The race passes over fifty of London’s most famous landmarks, including Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus and the London Eye

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A Haringey charity is looking for cyclists to push themselves and raise money by taking part in a challenging night-time bike ride that passes London’s biggest landmarks.

Haringey Shed, an inclusive performing arts group, wants riders to sign up for the 100 kilometre Nightrider 2014, which takes a circular route starting and finishing at Alexander Palace.

The charity, based at the Haringey Irish Centre in Pretoria Road, still has spaces for riders to raise money for them during the race in the evening of June 7.

The race passes over fifty of London’s most famous landmarks, including Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf, Piccadilly Circus, the London Eye and Abbey Road.

Anyone interested in signing up should contact Jim on 020 8801 7209.

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