Ride the Roundhouse is back – 2018’s loudest, most exciting cycling event!

Looking for a challenge this year? Join Ride the Roundhouse 2018 and transform young lives.

Spin 100 miles on the spot in the same incredible space where legends like Prince, Elton John and Adele have performed. Working with incredible artists, we’ll provide the soundtrack to your ride with an incredible live gig throughout the day.

We’re excited to share the news that we have the high adrenaline reggae brilliance of KIOKO performing! From their humble beginning as emerging artists rehearsing in the Roundhouse studios, KIOKO have gone on to perform with a variety of great artists including Tinie Tempah, Tinchy Stryder and The Specials, as well as providing support for The Wailers and Lee Scratch Perry.

More special guests to be announced soon.

When you enter, you can choose to either go the full distance by yourself, or race with friends in a relay team. By signing up, you (and your team) will aim to raise £1,000. Every mile you ride and every pound you raise will go towards giving thousands of young people the chance to develop their skills and confidence through creativity – in music, media or performing arts projects.

When: Sunday 25 March 2018
Where: The Roundhouse
Registration fee: £25
Fundraising target: £1000

Cycling 100 miles is tough but you’ll be supporting our work with young people – and we’ll support you on your cycling challenge.

Ready to challenge yourself?
Sign up today

If you’re unable to join the ride but still want to support this event and our work with young people, text ‘RTRH18 £5’ to 70070.

For more information:
Please call or email the Development team:
020 7424 8455
development@roundhouse.org.uk

We believe in the power of creativity to transform lives. Each year thousands of young people have the chance to develop their skills and confidence through creativity – in music, media or performing arts projects. We help them find new perspectives and new directions, whether that’s into education, or out of a rut, or supporting their early career in the arts. But we need to raise over £2.3 million annually to fund this transformational work.