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Nightrider Bristol

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Cycle around Bristol under the cover of darkness for an experience like no other. Great for cyclists yearning for a new challenge, the looped course is hilly in nature and makes for a real test of endurance. Come to discover Bristol by night or to fundraise for your favourite charity.

How to enter the Nightrider Bristol

  1. 100KM

    Bike 100km
    Entry Closed
  2. 50KM

    Bike 50km
    Entry Closed

Nightrider Bristol routes

Undoubtedly, this is Nightrider's hardest course across the three cities. Bristol's hilly nature makes for a tough challenge. It will be well worth it however for some of the breath-taking surroundings which you can behold, after dark.

It is estimated that the 100KM route takes around 6 - 8 hours and the 50KM route around 3 - 4 hours. There is a cut-off time of 10 hours. This event is not suitable for beginners and it is important to train in the build up.

This event will start in waves, with 100KM selected their own wave and 50KM riders allocated to the same start wave.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Expert support along the route
  • Regular refreshment stops
  • Complimentary breakfast
  • Finisher's medal
  • Pre-race training advice
  • First aid support
  • Fully marked route
  • Hi-viz vest
Raceday Logistics


2230: Race begins

Please arrive at least 45 minutes before the schedule race start time.

Kit List
  • Bicycle in good working order
  • Bike insurance
  • Helmet (mandatory)
  • Energy drinks and snacks
  • Spare change
  • Bike lights in good working order

If you are interested in volunteering at this event then please get in touch with: [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there an age limit?
All cyclists must be at least 18 years old to take part in this event.
How can I enter nightrider?
Nightrider can be entered either as a charity place or an individual place. Charity spaces will have to pay a registration fee and pledge to raise at least £175 sponsorship in aid of one of nightriders partner charities. Individuals have to pay the full entry fee and then can raise as much money as possible for any charity of their choice.
What are the partner charities?
Nightrider is partnered with the below charities: British Heart Foundation Cancer Research UK The National Autistic Society Marie Curie Macmillan Cancer Support Combat Stress MND association
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