19 May 2017

London's Air Ambulance has been chosen as the official charity partner of Rapha Nocturne 2017.

The event will take place on Saturday 10th June at the Cheapside Circuit in the heart of London. Staff and volunteers from our charity will be joining around 10,000 spectators on the day, selling London’s Air Ambulance merchandise and collecting donations. In addition to money we raise, Rapha Nocturne London have generously pledged to donate 20% of every £1,500 entry fee for the City Criterium race and all registration fees from the Concours d’Elegance race.

Renowned for being one of the most innovative and exciting cycling events in the UK, the award-winning Rapha Nocturne London has become an established highlight of the cycling calendar since its launch in 2007. From the Elite Criterium, which every year attracts a world-class field of professional riders, to the hard fought Folding Bike Race, a packed programme will keep the crowds entertained.

Mark Davies, Director of Development said:

“Not only have Rapha Nocturne pledged a generous donation to our charity, they have also given us an excellent opportunity to showcase our work to 10,000 people right in the heart of the community we serve. We are thrilled to be working in partnership with such an exciting event and look forward to a day packed full of fun and activity.”

To find out more about how you can get involved in the Rapha Nocturne London and help support London's Air Ambulance, visit http://www.londonnocturne.com/raceprogramme.php.  

 

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