Adrenaline events

Calling all MS Superstars! Are you an adrenaline junkie? Fancy conquering that fear of heights? Across the UK MS Superstars are bungee jumping, skydiving and zip sliding their way towards stopping MS.

Are you ready? Scroll down to find your event, sign up, feel the rush and help stop MS.

Once you've signed up for your event, complete our Eventbrite form and we'll send you everything you need to kick-start your fundraising.

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Woman skydiving


Experience the thrill of freefalling from 13,000ft at 120mph! Could you take on this bucket list experience, and raise funds to stop MS too?
Find out about skydives
Woman taking part in a bungee jump

Bungee jumping

The ultimate adrenaline experience, bungee jumping is about facing your fears and pushing boundaries. Are you ready?

More on bungee jumps
Photo: MS superstars abseiling


Go 'over the top' to stop MS. You can choose from locations around the UK.
Find out about abseiling
Man taking on a zipslide challenge


Fly through the air in this exhilarating challenge and raise money to stop MS.
Find out about zipslides

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