Vitality London 10,000

Sign up to the Vitality London 10,000 and follow part of the course used for the London Marathon. You'll take in some of the most fabulous London sights along the way and it's a great way to end your Bank Holiday weekend.

Alps Trek

Take on this breathtaking trek for Bobath Children, covering 65 km through the Mont Blanc region of the Alps. Only five days in total, this challenge is ideal for those with less time to take away from home. You will trek through 3 countries in 3 days and experience the beauty that lies within the Alps mountain range, all just under 2 hours away from the UK!

Race the Neighbours 10k

We are delighted to have been selected as Charity Partner for a second year, at this exciting local running event.

Join Team Bobath for an exciting 10k run through N2 and N10, with some friendly neighbourhood rivalry for added spice. Which side will you be on?

London to Paris (Tour de France Edition)

This 295 mile, 4 day bike ride takes you through the beautiful Kent countryside to Dover, before crossing the Channel to Calais. You will cycle along quiet French country lanes, through traditional market towns with views of the rolling, green fields of northern France, passing the war memorials and cemeteries of the Somme.

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world’s best cyclists, a truly spectacular event for all involved.

Parallel London

Join this exciting disability-led fun push/run at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London!

Parallel London was the first fully inclusive and accessible push/run for everyone and after a successful last year, it's back with a bang. Disabled and nondisabled unite to run, walk, wheel, push or be pushed – anything goes!

Royal Parks Half Marathon

Join Team Bobath for this exciting part run, part festival. The Royal Parks Half Marathon is a great event for runners and spectators.

This spectacular crisp autumnal route takes in some of London’s beautiful royal parks and includes Trafalgar Square, The London Eye and The Houses of Parliament as part of the back drop.