John O'Groats to Land's end
Do you have what it takes to race the length of the UK?
That's a total of 874 miles in 12 months. Can you do it?
royal residence challenge
724 miles touring the UK and visiting the stunning royal residences such as Buckingham Palace, Balmoral and Windsor Castle.
Fly the flag for yourself and your country.
A wonderful 670 tour of the current 20 Premier League* football stadiums across the country. Starting in London before finishing at St James's Park in Newcastle.
A memorable and enjoyable challenge guaranteed to keep you motivated. Can you complete it in 12 months?
*subject to change
NORTH COAST ROUTE
Do you have what it takes to run Scotland's Route 66? A total of 516 miles awaits.
Tower to tower challenge
A wonderful virtual challenge which takes you from one iconic tower to another. Race 484 miles from Blackpool Tower to Eiffel Tower. A fab, engaging challenge for up to 12 months.
ARCH TO ARCH CHALLENGE
This is the ideal challenge for those wanting to take on a longer distance challenge which takes you to two arches in two countries
Can you do it?
WELSH COASTAL RACE
How long will it take for you to complete 870 miles at the glorious Welsh Coast?
Breezing through the North Wales Coast, Anglesey doen to Pembrokeshire before sweeping across South Wales Coast.
Do you A∂∂o:promise to complete this challenge within 12 months?
Then this is the one for you!
Mizen Head to Malin Head
Ireland's answer to John O'Groats to Land's End. This route spans 380 miles (612km) and takes you from the most northern point at Malin Head, County Donegal to Mizen Head in County Cork.
Fancy taking this on?
A challenge with a difference. Santorini is one of the most stunning holiday destinations in Europe, if not the world. Venture through the beautiful Greek villages, with their famous white-washed buildings and famous sunsets.
Virtually enjoy the glorious sunshine and virtually hear the lapping waves as you move towards your finish line. This is a 62km (38.5 miles) challenge and has a time limit of one month.
To say I’ve loved it is an understatement. I didn’t relise I was so competitive. It’s definitely made me push myself a little bit more and with healthy eating I’ve lost half a stone! Straight on to the next challenge. Think I’m addicted now.
As a wheelchair user I loved that we were included (not every site does).
Being able to do this journey ‘virtually ‘ is so great. It gets me out in the fresh air and also being able to take this journey with my wife, Sinead, it has been even better as we really do motivate one another and earning a nice medal is pretty cool too.