Why I Love To Cycle…

We asked one of our participants, Hans, to answer a couple of questions for us regarding his experience on our London to Paris and London to Brighton cycle challenges. Here he tells us about his adventures… London to Paris Why did you decide to take on this challenge? I used to run marathons but my…

London to Paris Tour de France

On the 20th July 2016, our cyclists set off on their 4 day cycling challenge of over 300 miles starting from Crystal Palace and finishing their adventure at the foot of Eiffel Tower. The strength and motivation every single one of our cyclists had was so inspiring! There were 115 cyclists altogether on the trip,…

An Icelandic Adventure

The Iceland Trek is one of our most popular challenges, and it’s easy to see why! With beautiful, striking landscapes, walking behind waterfalls, trekking through lava fields, past bubbling hot springs and geysers – a visit to Iceland is one you will never forget. Skyline’s Helena has just returned from this incredible challenge and she shared…

The Climb To The Top

Taking on Mount Kilimanjaro Sally Wilkinson has been lucky (and brave!) enough to take on some incredible challenges over the years, from the Great Wall of China Trek to Peru, Vietnam and Nepal, but one of her biggest challenges to date is the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro Trek! We spoke to her about her incredible journey…

Getting Trek-Ready – Training Guide

It’s important to remember that there is no such thing as a training plan to suit everybody but we are going to start with some basic training concepts which you can integrate into your current routine and modify to your preferences. Everyone has different walking and fitness abilities. Walking may be something most people do…

Training For Your Cycle

It’s important to remember that there is no such thing as a training plan to suit everybody but we are going to start with some basic training concepts which you can integrate into your current routine and modify to your preferences. If you are feeling tired or injured you should NOT push ahead with the…

Fundraising Tips – How to Hit Your Target!

Getting Started… We understand that taking on a charity fundraising event can be daunting when you have a sponsorship level to reach but there are lots of different ways you can fundraise for your challenge – the important thing is to let everyone know about the great cause you are fundraising for and to enjoy…

The Do it for Charity Superhero Run 2016

On Sunday 15th May 2016 thousands donned their favourite Superhero costume and gathered in Regents Park for our Annual Superhero Run.   As the sun beamed down on the park and the Superheroes began to arrive, we kicked off with our Superhero Costume competition which was presented by Jemima Slade, (who was in Big Brother in…

Training Tips for Multi Day Cycling Events

Signing up to one of our cycling events is one thing, but training correctly and staying motivated to make sure you get the most out of your cycling adventure is another! Here are our top tips to help you stay on track… Build your own timetable Your rate of progression is a personal part of…

Merry Christmas from Skyline Do it for Charity

  As 2015 draws to a close, now is the perfect time to look back and reflect on the great achievements and challenges you have all been apart of this year. Whether you are one of our amazing charities or an ambitious and determined supporter, this year has been so memorable because of you!! The latest…

The Do it for Charity Text Santa Run 2015

At the beginning of December the workshop in the North Pole was left abandoned as Santa, his elves, reindeers and his many, many St Nick doppelgangers flew over to Victoria Park for our annual Santa Run! Over 4,000 runners descended on the park in their red suits and white beards and their fantastic efforts helped…

Mount Toubkal Trek 2015

On 1st October our trekkers set off to Marrakech in Morocco to take on The Mount Toubkal challenge! Naomi from the Skyline Events team joined the group and tells us about their adventure through the High Atlas Mountains. Before departing Hotel Meriem in Marrkech, where we spent our first night, we filled our bellies with…