World in a Day first occurred in 2020, when hundreds of people formed a ‘virtual peloton’, and raised over £230,000 for NHS Charities. This success was amplified in 2021’s World in a Day, where an even greater number of people came together to raise over £950,000 for the brilliant Doddie Aid.
In January 2022, we are bringing the event back in support of Doddie Aid again – which is getting people active and fundraising to find a cure for Motor Neurone Disease.
Between 6am and 8pm you are invited to join the #DoddieAid ‘virtual peloton’ – you will receive the Zoom link and all the information as soon as you register below. You do not need any other platform – it all happens on Zoom. However, for those on Zwift, we will organise a meet-up.
The concept is simple – it is 18,000 mile to cycle around the World. How many times can we cycle around the World in a day? And which district can cycle the furthest?
For the big mile hunters, we are looking for a core group to take on the mighty 240 mile challenge – to cycle all day and replicate one day of Mark Beaumont’s record breaking ‘Around the World in 80 Days’. Maybe a 60 miles or 120 is a suitable challenge – but whatever you target, make it tough!
#donateyourmiles is one way to turbo boost fundraising efforts as we aim to raise a staggering £1 million!