Zipslide the Clyde 2024

Event details

Date: 14th Sep 2024

Street Address: by Glasgow Riverside Museum

City: Glasgow

Country: United Kingdom

Minimum Age: 18 years old

Join us to ‘Zipslide the Clyde’ in September, a stunning 100ft high adventure which launches next to the Glasgow Riverside Museum!

Zipslide the Clyde is a thrilling challenge and a unique way to see Glasgow’s cityscape! An exhilarating 100ft high and 1000ft long challenge, you’ll launch from a crane next to the stunning Riverside Museum and zip down towards the Tall Ship.

It’s a fantastic way to raise funds in aid of Prostate Scotland!

  • it’s an adrenaline packed experience, ideal for thrill seekers – and you don’t need to spend hours training!
  • you’ll join many other participants supporting the charities they care about
  • it’s a great fundraising opportunity for an individual, or for a group of colleagues, friends or family to take part in together

We offer free places to our fundraisers for Saturday 14th September.  Please read about Zipslide the Clyde 2024 – it’s got all the info you need – and apply for your place today!

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    I declare I will be 18 years or over on the day of the event. I accept that Prostate Scotland will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs, expenses, injury which may arise in consequence of my participation in the Zipslide the Clyde on 8th September 2023 (or other agreed date) and that the event is not the responsibility of Prostate Scotland and will ensure that it is not described as on behalf of the charity. I shall do nothing that brings the name of Prostate Scotland into disrepute and not make any public statements on behalf of the charity. Any reference that I make to Prostate Scotland will ensure that I state that I am raising funds in aid of Prostate Scotland. I undertake not to collect funds in the street in aid of Prostate Scotland without obtaining a local authority licence. I agree that : * if I am not of good health I will not participate. * If any of the following apply, I will seek professional medical advice before participating and sign a non-standard waiver. • High blood pressure • Heart condition • Suffer from dizziness or epilepsy • Have damage to the neck, back, spinal column, legs or eyes • Have Asthma • Medication – if you are taking any form of prescribed medication, please inform us of how this may affect you • And I also acknowledge that If I am aged 50 years or above - that I have been advised that I should seek medical advice prior to taking part. I additionally accept and understand that to take part that • the maximum weight limit for a solo jumper is 110kg (17.3 stone) and the minumum weight 25kg (3.9 stone). • My waist size is between waist size of 40cm (15.7 inches) to 125cm (49.2 inches) in order to fit the harness • I am willing to ride in a man basket to the zip height of up to 150ft I declare that I will abide by any rules, instructions and regulations provided in advance, displayed or given on the day by Prostate Scotland, their representatives, SBH Scotland staff and contracted agencies, police and officials. The suppliers reserves the right to cancel due to the weather or health and safety considerations. Whilst the organisers, SBH Scotland and Prostate Scotland, take all reasonable steps to minimise the risk of injury to participants during fundraising events, I acknowledge however, by taking part in this event, that there may be conditions or circumstances beyond the organizer's', SBH Scotland and Prostate Scotland's control that can lead to unforeseen risks.