Join our community of riders and cycle from London to Brighton whilst raising funds for our pioneering music education programme, Get Equipped.
This is a limited ride with just 40 places available, so we encourage you to book and share with friends to avoid disappointment.Register
Join us for the UK's most iconic bike ride.
Last Night A DJ Saved My Life invites you to take part in the London to Brighton 2023 cycle challenge which takes place on 23rd September 2023.
With a creative approach driven by charitable action, our pioneering initiative Get Equipped takes surplus DJ, Production and Music kits, donating them to educational and community organisations that support children and young adults in the UK and beyond. With expert guidance from our team of world-class DJs and producers, we teach young people how to play, mix and make new music using the donated kit giving access to music education
where there isn’t any.
Meet at 08:30 am at Clapham Common and set off at 09:00 am.
We make two stops along the 55 miles for drinks and lunch.
We all finish at Fat Boy Slims Big Beach Cafe around 4pm for well deserved refreshments and celebrations.
Registration is £100.
This covers the cost for the production of the ride plus the buffet and refreshments at the finishing line.
If you would like to stay over in Brighton and make a weekend of it please visit https://www.visitbrighton.com/ for more information.
Riders are responsible for ensuring that they have adequate cover as no insurance is provided.
LNADJ has had its own cycle shirt and bib designed. Please enquire with size for details of price and availability.
If you are confident you’ll make the distance but you’re not so sure about your bike don’t worry we’ve got you covered! Our highly experienced mechanics will be travelling along the route and you’ll also be able to request assistance if you need help along the route too.
When you register through enthuse it creates a fundraising page for you automatically. We encourage everyone to raise funds for our Get Equipped campaign.
*It is recommended that each rider aims to raise a minimum of £200 sponsorship