This weekend, Rave & Ride will attempt to break two Guinness World Records to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA).
Rave & Ride, which combines house and techno with spinning in a club environment, will attempt to create the most energy whilst spinning in one record attempt (by wearing specially designed watt-collecting belts), and also aim to raise the most money for MNDA in an eight-hour cycling marathon in their second.
After events in the UK and Amsterdam, Rave & Ride have already raised £116k for MNDA, and the latest world record attempts will take place at an event at Stoke Park on Saturday 14th May, which is headlined by Secondcity.
You can watch a video for the event below or get more details on the Rave & Ride website.
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