Dance music charity LNADJ has created a unique cycling charity fundraiser in Ibiza

Dance music charity Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (LNADJ) is bringing back its Cycle Ibiza Challenge, a one of its kind way to experience Ibiza.

The three-day event takes place on the 19th, 20th and 21st of May and includes up to 260km of cycling around the stunning coastlines and iconic settings of the white isle.

All proceeds will go to LNADJ’s Back on Track campaign, which provides food, shelter, education, equipment and the tools for a better life at a variety of children’s homes and community projects in developing countries.

Funds raised from the Cycle Ibiza Challenge 2022 will specifically support Angel’s Gate Home for street involved boys based in Moshi, Tanzania, and will provide vocational training and bicycles, both of which are life-changing for the boys.

The event can either be entered for the duration or for individual days, and entry prices range from £100 up to £1,000 to enter a team of 6. Prices include guides, Garmin route planning, bike set-up and a mechanical support vehicle.  The different range of distances are suitable for both intermediate and more advanced riders.  Entrants can either take their own equipment or bike hire is available, and each rider is encouraged to raise a minimum of £200 through sponsorships and donations.

The planned routes give people the chance to see the beauty of Ibiza from a different perspective, taking in the incredible scenery of the salt lakes of Las Salinas, the picturesque villages of Santa Gertrudis, San Josep, San Juan and many more whilst also passing world famous venues like DC-10 and Café Mambo to name a few hotspots.

Returning for its fifth year, Cycle Ibiza has raised around £30,000 over the years, most of which has been invested into developing the infrastructure and accommodations at Angels Gate home for street involved boys or Feathers Tale Children’s village, both in Tanzania.  The funding has also provided vocational training for the boys and 20 cleft pallet operations for children in the Philippines.

Jonny Lee, Founder of LNADJ said, 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.”

For further information, to register and to see the full maps and routes planned, visit: 

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