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The MR PORTER London Nocturne

The UK’s biggest night-time criterium cycling event, the London Nocturne, is no longer running. There were thrills, spills, folding bikes, penny farthings and lots of fun! Thank-you to everyone who came and took part over the last ten years to a unique criterium founded by Condor. 

Take a look below at images from 2016 event. 


London Nocturne back on the 4th June

Now in its tenth year Nocturne, the Nocturne has always been close to our hearts. As one of the founding sponsors with Rapha the event has grown into one of the best night races. This year the race returns with an all-new race circuit, which sees the brilliant male and female competitors from the Olympics and Tour de France whizzing past St Paul's and Bank. The classic races for cyclists with ye olde penny farthings and folding bikes are still there, as well as a suitably stylish area by the start/finish line where sponsor and brill menswear site Mr Porter will show off its super sharp cycling gear. With the well-stocked bars and food joints along the race throwing open their doors, it's sure to be a big pedal-powered street party.

The best thing is, its FREE to attend. If you want to see the race in style there is grandstand seating available and VIP packages.
Click here to buy a Race Club Grandstand Ticket

Ed Clancy wins for JLT Condor

Last year, our man in black, Mr Edward Clancy took the honours against Aussie champ, Steele Von Hoff and Chris Lawless. The highly anticipated elite men's and JLT women's race will be televised live on Eurosport.

Cheapside, St Paul's Cathedral

Major rail links: Cannon Street, City Thameslink
Closest underground station: Bank and St. Pauls

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