LNADJ Cycling Challenge Fundraiser Returns to Ibiza

LNADJ Cycle Ibiza Challenge

Looking for a unique way to experience Ibiza while doing some good? Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (LNADJ) has you covered with the Cycle Ibiza Challenge.

Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (LNADJ) is bringing the Cycle Ibiza Challenge back to the White Isle on May 19-21 this year for its fifth edition. Having already raised over £30,000 since this mission began years ago, this dance music charity provides food, shelter, education, equipment, and the tools to help create a brighter future for children & young people around the world. This year’s Cycle Ibiza Challenge will benefit Angels Gate Home for street involved boys in Tanzania. They intend to bring vocational training and bicycles in an effort to help change their life in a positive way.

The challenge has different route options to make this a terrific event for every level of cyclist. No matter the route, the event includes the salt lakes of Las Salinas, the scenic villages of Santa Gertrudis, San Josep, San Juan, and will pass legendary venues in Ibiza such as DC-10 and Café Mambo.

Cycle Ibiza always gives a great opportunity for a team of us to share a fantastic few days riding around Ibiza challenging ourselves with the Ibiza hills, whilst fundraising to change the lives of young people. Team spirit is high and I get to share insights with the riders about our other work around the world, to inspire continued support.

— Jonny Lee, Founder of LNADJ

Individual riders can join the three-day event for £250 or a single day for £100. The price includes guides and mechanical support throughout the event. There is a custom kit on offer for riders and organizers are offering local bike rentals from €30 a day including delivery.

Check out the Cycle Ibiza Challenge promo video on YouTube and get the complete event details on the event website now!

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Jared, aka JSkolie, was introduced to electronic music in the 1990’s by way of Orbital. He raved in parks and fields in South Florida where the entirety of the production was a DJ in a box truck. Now living in NYC, he attended his first Above & Beyond show in 2016 and his life has never been the same. Jared has been energized by the Trance community and its PLUR ethos. He is a supporter of harm reduction and is a DanceSafe volunteer. Jared enjoys endurance events and has danced for 12-hours straight while often recovering from raves with bike rides just as long. Or longer.

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