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Race the Sun Isle of Wight


After two incredibly successful years, Race the Sun Isle of Wight is back for a third to save even more sick children and babies through the work of Action Medical Research.

Stunning views at the Race the Sun Isle of Wight bike event

Cost: 
£195
Event Time:
06:30:00
Event Date: 
06/07/2019
Event Distance:
Various

Bike Event Details

Are you ready to Race the Sun? Get ready for a three-activity team challenge across the Isle of Wight, home to some of the UK’s most beautiful coast lines – and help to save children’s lives.
 
Pull together a team of four and rise at dawn for an all-day challenge in support of Action Medical Research, a charity dedicated to saving the lives of sick children and babies by developing effective cures and treatments for devastating diseases.
 
An event that tests you in speed, strength and stamina, Race the Sun Isle of Wight challenges you to cycle 44 miles, trek the spectacular Tennyson Trail and canoe a course down the River Medina, enjoying the island’s breath-taking scenery and sea views along the way.
 
You, three teammates, three activities, three tests of endurance… What better motivation to work every muscle in your body while exploring the great outdoors? And all the while supporting an amazing cause! So do something incredible today and register your team for this invaluable charity event.
 
All funds raised by the challenge will support the work of children's charity Action Medical Research, offering hope to the many thousands of families across the UK, who are dealing with the trauma of a baby born too early, striving to support a child affected by disability, or facing the challenge of caring for a child with a rare and devastating disease for which there is no cure.
 
Places for Race the Sun Isle of Wight 2019 are likely to go very fast, so please register your team now to avoid disappointment.

Event Location: Compton Farm, Freshwater, Newport, PO30 4HF


Charities & Sponsors

Action Medical Research


Email Address: Not Provided
Phone number: 01403 210406