Welcome to The Race Against Time
The Race Against Time is a unique endurance challenge. It involves a group of up to 12 cyclists going from Lands End to John O’Groats in just six days – that’s an average of 145 miles a day, and a total of 874 miles in less than a week – to raise funds for a good cause.
To date over £150,000 has been raised for HIV–AIDS projects in South Africa supported by the Bishop Simeon Trust, who assist in alleviating suffering caused by HIV–AIDS by providing support, care and education for those affected in order to minimise their vulnerability to the illness. The most vulnerable of course are orphans and young teenagers and over the last 10 years, the outstanding fundraising of TRAT riders has contributed to the support of over 30,000 children and their families. You can find out more about the Bishop Simeon Trust here.
"At least once in our lives we should all do something a little bit crazy for a cause that we believe in passionately.” – Ciaran Doran, 2004
The 2014 ride takes place between 29th June and 4th July.
All our riders commit themselves to a challenge which will stretch both their mental and physical ability in order to raise money to make a difference to hundreds more children, please support them by donating as much as you can. THANK YOU.