about cyclone24

Cyclone 24 is the ultimate in cycling challenges where riders face the task of staying awake for 24 hours, battling physical exhaustion and mental fatigue, as they take to the velodrome track in teams of six to relay cycle throughout the 24 hour time period. It’s a real challenge of strength, determination and team spirit.

It’s a great team challenge and what’s more you don’t need to be Chris Hoy to take part, in fact you need no prior experience on the velodrome track as this challenge is open to all cycling abilities and fully supported before and during the event.

Cyclone 24 started in 2015 and has so far raised over £60,000 for charity.

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Breaking the cycle
of homelessness

Ride to raise money for our event charity partner, The Wallich, or another cause which is close to your heart.

The Wallich are a homelessness charity who have been working with homeless and vulnerable people for over 30 years. They work to find lasting solutions to homelessness and prevent its occurrence by working with those who are in danger of becoming homeless.

They house people that have been street homeless and have nowhere else to go. They help women who have suffered domestic violence. They support young people who are leaving the care system, soldiers leaving the army and many other who have fallen on hard times. They are open 7 days a week, 365 days a year.