Team RAAMIN4Charity are getting ready to Race Across America!

Race Across America (RAAM) is known for being one of the toughest ultra cycling events in the World. It involves non-stop cycling coast to coast across America. The route is 3,000 miles long with 170,000 ft of climbing; our team is targeting a place on the podium, which means we’re aiming to finish the race in under 6 days.

When I say ‘we’ I mean Dan (@DanielOJello), Phil (@Tobebythesea), Tom (@CERacing) and a fourth cyclist who is yet to be selected. Me and the others… We’ll be driving support vehicles and doing everything else in between.

The group of us have named ourselves RAAMIN 4 CHARITY (@Raamin4Charity) and our website can be found here.Driving

Our nominated charities are Great Ormond Street Hospital given the fantastic care they gave a nephew of one of the riders and Aplastic Anaemia Trust for the research they undertake in trying to better understand this rare blood condition, which one of the teams suffers from. 


We have a series of fundraising events planned over the coming months… from a Black Tie Dinner at Tower of London to Pub Quiz’s and Raffles. We’re targeting raising the amount of £100,000.00 for our chosen charities.

Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor us and donations will be quickly processed and passed to the charities. All donations are gratefully received.

Like us on facebook

To get regular updates on training, fundraising and the race itself, please like our facebook page here: RAAMIN 4 CHARITY on Facebook.

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If you are interested in being our 4th cyclist, in sponsoring us, or attending one of our fundraising events, please contact a member of our team by emailing


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