Help set a new Guinness World Record this weekend

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Join Digme Fitness for a charity-fundrasing World Record



We featured this Guinness World Record attempt a few weeks ago (HERE), and today (Friday) and tomorrow is the day!

Based at Digme Fitness in Richmond, there is still time to get involved – the 24 one hour spin classes begin this evening at 5:30pm and go through to Saturday at the same time. Here are all the details you need…

Digme Fitness in Richmond and Dallaglio RugbyWorks are aiming to set a new Guinness World Record on 15/16 December for the greatest number of participants in a static cycling relay in 24 hours. All proceeds go to charity and the event is in aid of Dallaglio RugbyWorks. The target is 500 riders, so we need your help!

The format of the event is 24 one hour spin classes, starting at 5.30pm on Friday 15th December and finishing at the same time on Saturday 16th December.

Participants only have to ride for ONE HOUR, not all 24, as it’s a relay format. The 24 classes will have many different themes, celebrity participants, a raffle and an auction featuring some incredible prizes and experiences.

We also have three riders doing all 24 hours and two doing eight hours through the night, so they would definitely appreciate any support!

It’s all for a fantastic cause and it’s a chance to create history with us. If there’s any way you can get involved, we’d appreciate it.

All you need to do is go to and buy a ‘Guinness World Record’ credit, then head to the Richmond timetable and book whichever time slot you want. If you would like to make a group bookings or ride multiple classes, please contact [email protected] to discuss pricing.

For more information, please see our Blog.

Digme Fitness Guinness World Record

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