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Over £2,000 raised by Army Triathlon’s 12hr Zwift Challenge for ABF Charity


Over the course of 12 hours on Saturday 30th May the Army Triathlon team took part in a virtual fundraising cycle challenge to raise money for the ABF Foundation.

Complete statistics:
Total Individual Riders: 61
Average Riders per Meet-Up: 32
Total Distance Covered in 12 hours by all participants: 10,284km
Average Pace for all Participants: 26.7km/hr
MONEY RAISED SO FAR: £2372 (+£305.08 offline) (as of 1st June).

Watch the final 4 hours of the challenge.

If you would like to make a contribution, click here.

Saturday 30th May from 0800 – 2000Hrs.

Members of the ATA, including Major General John Mead OBE and Commander Field Army, Lieutenant General Ivan Jones CB will ride for 12hrs non-stop on the virtual cycling platform, Zwift.

They will be raising money for ABF The Soldiers’ charity who provide vital support to soldiers, veterans and their families in times of need. For Soldiers. For Life.

This is open to anyone who would like to join the meet-ups, which happens every new hour, this will mean that everyone can ride together regardless of ability and experience.

To take part you can either follow Rosie Wild on Zwift Companion to be included in the Meet-Up, or just get on your bike and join our Zoom chats throughout the day.


Train Together: Saturday 23rd May

ATA 12hrs Zwift Challenge ** See edit at bottom
Saturday 23rd May
Following the success of last week’s training session, on Saturday 23rd May we will hold another Zwift group ride.
0830- Ride 1 Big Foot Hills
0930- Ride 2 Achterbahn
1030- Ride 3 Knickerbocker Reverse
Once again it will consist of 3 Meet-Ups, meaning you can join for 1-3 hours, all you need to do is:
Follow Rosie Wild [Army Cycling] on Zwift Companion or get in contact with Rosie Wild on the link below.
Click here to donate.
Edit: The first ride will be tethered, the second two rides/hours will not be, so let’s promote some healthy competition.