The challenge to ‘Virtually ride’ as many miles within the time period of the event you enter.

Entry is available as a solo rider or as a team.

We are delighted to have the support of FULGAZ ( who are making available FREE FULGAZ MEMBERSHIP to everyone who signs up to ride for the period 12th August 2022 to the end of the event at Noon (GMT) on 11th September 2022. For full information please click on the heading ‘The Events’.

For those who have not previously heard of FULGAZ it is an indoor cycling app. FULGAZ are all about the joy of riding outside whilst being inside. They aim to be the closest thing to travelling to real locations around the world without leaving your home.

FULGAZ want the app to get in the way as little as possible with the experience all about being on your bike in a real life location enjoying the ride. For more information on how to use FULGAZ please click on this link.

Whilst the online event is in progress a small number of riders representing the charities will be riding around the country roads in Suffolk, England to see How Far they can ride in 50 hours. Their progress can be viewed live on the website.

The rides that you will enjoy if you are taking part in the 1, 3 or 6 hour event will be some of those that the outdoor riders will be cycling around the glorious Suffolk countryside. For those riding the 50 hour challenge there will be plenty of rides available from all around the world for you to enjoy.

You will be able to follow your own performance on the leaderboards for each specific event.



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DEBRA is a charity that is fighting to assist with treatment whilst attempting to find a cure for the sufferers of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) which is a group of unbelievably painful genetic skin conditions. The simplest way to describe the state of the skin for someone with EB is that it is as fragile as a butterfly wing.

To fully understand please take the time to watch the videos from two amazing people;

Read more about DEBRA on their website here

Success After Stroke (SAS) has just celebrated its 21st year. It has one goal which is to enhance the lives of those who have suffered from a stroke. SAS works to improve both the physical and mental wellbeing of each stroke survivor and provide much needed support to their carers.

In 2021 the charity was recognised by Her Majesty the Queen who awarded SAS with ‘The Queens Award for Voluntary Service’.

We would ask that you click on the links to each charity to understand more about these charities where the money from your entry fee and sponsorship (100% optional).

Please also take the time to watch the videos on our ‘How Far in 50 You tube site’ and read the articles on EB and strokes that you will find if you click on the heading ‘Learn more’.

Read more about Success After Stroke on their website here

Immediate treatment can save your life or increase your chances of a full recovery. To learn how strokes happen, and what warning signs you should look out for.