Liverpool John Moores University Cycling Club this week challenged themselves to ride non-stop for 24 hours.

Raising money for the British Red Cross Ukraine appeal, LJMU Cycling Club managed to ride over 600 kilometres, and raise over £200. Donations continue to rise after the end of the ride.

They started at 10am on the 22nd of March and rode on stationary bikes in the University’s Student Life Building.

Across the 24 hours, seven different LJMU Cycling Club members rode in shifts ranging from 45 minutes to three and a half hours.

We went along to the event to find out more, and to speak to riders and students. Check out the video for more detail.

[Featured Image credit to Alexander Smith]