Capital Physio are excited to announce that we have become the official Physiotherapy partner for Nightrider 2015, an overnight 100 km cycling event spanning across iconic London landmarks.
Nightrider will aim to raise over £2 million for various charities at this year’s event, with over 1,000 cyclists already registered. This number is still growing and is set to reach an estimated 4,500 by event day (or night). The theme for this years event is film and music, with a specially designed course new for 2015 that will see participants cycle past some of their favourite film and music London landmarks (for example, the world famous Abbey Road Studios and 221b Baker street, the home of Sherlock Holmes) as well as some of the greatest sights the city has to offer. Nightrider is not a race, so anyone of any cycling ability can enter and cycle at their own pace, enjoy the views and have some fun raising an amazing amount of money for charity.
Not only will Capital Physio be providing massage to all the brilliant participants at various break points along the route as well as at the finish line, we will also be supporting the participants during their training period before the event with specialist injury treatment and management, massage therapy and cycling gait analysis. We all know that training for events can put enormous strain on the body, with frequent and repetitive endurance required, but the team at Capital Physio will be with the cyclists every step of the way to ensure that they will be in tip top condition for the big night. Capital Physio will also be providing prizes to lucky event participants who take part in Nightrider’s various participant competitions.
Nightrider and Capital Physio came together at the star studded Nightrider launch party where an excellent partnership was formed and we are incredibly excited to be an official sponsor. We look forward to supporting the event and all of the fundraisers involved.
For more information about Nightrider or to register for the event please visit www.nightrider.org.uk