RIDE24 | 24 Hour Bike Ride | Action Medical Research
Want to try something spectacular in 2014?
Then cycle as far as you can in 24-hours in a team of four, or solo, however you like!
Sign up for the Action RIDE24, now in its fifth successful year, and ride the famous Thruxton Motor Circuit It's the ultimate thigh-busting, stamina draining, 24-hour, non-stop relay racing, spectacular.
Team entries Push yourself and your teammates to the limit, while helping to fund vital medical research for sick babies and children. It's all about strategy and team work and the team completing the most laps in 24 hours wins the coveted RIDE24 team winners title as well as earning the opportunity to represent Action at Europe's biggest 24-hour track race, the Bugatti Le Mans 24-hour Velo Race in August 2015.
Solo entries We welcome weekend warriors and you don't need to be a part of a team to join the fun. Sign up and join our growing number of solo endurance riders.
Whether you are a Lycra clad enthusiast or a fun rider then we will look after you. Our fully equipped rider village will keep you going with 24-hour non stop hot food and refreshments, sports massage therapists, a talented bike mechanic team and shower facilities which along with the ample camping will ensure that you can focus on the challenge of conquering the mighty RIDE24 challenge.
Thruxton Motor Circuit is a world renowned 2.4-mile undulating circuit, famous for being one of the fastest circuits in the UK, with a 60ft-wide smooth track and some of the most awesome long bends you will ever ride. This is the ultimate in biking challenges and sees teams of four and solo riders racing night and day on this famous circuit.
Choose between a Sportive or Fundraising options - check out the entry fees
Other Charities - We are offering a limited number of partnership places to other charities on RIDE24. Contact Oly Watts for info.
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