The RedRaw Beast

You can’t run; you can’t hide

Can you handle the beast?

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Past charity challenges. Are you a future Beast?

2013

2013

The first Beast was a 5 day monster that would set the tone for all future challenges. Day 1 was a very chilly 5.3km open water swim in Buttermere Lake, edged in ice and bloody freezing. Day two followed, cycling 169km across the country to the beginning of Hadrian’s Wall on the east coast. To finish, days 3, 4 and 5 were spent walking the 135km long wall that was built to split up England and Scotland in AD122.
2013
2013

2014

The second RedRaw Beast took the annual Fred Whitton challenge (described as the toughest cycle ride in the country) and extended it! A 180km loop around one of the UK’s most mountainous regions, incorporating 6 of the country steepest roads – Hardknott Pass is recognised as the UKs steepest, hitting 33% at its steepest point! Very little of this ride was flat, and none of it was easy riding deep into the night!
2014
2014
2014
2016

2016

Our third RedRaw Beast was a test of physical endurance and mental stamina, climbing 20 of the Lake Districts finest mountains in one continuous slog across 36 hours, day and night without rest. Each participant carried what they needed for the challenge and worked hard to keep up each others mental state as much as the physical state. A true beast of a challenge!
2016
2016

2018

The fourth Beast put is back in the saddle for an epic 2 day challenge. Novice cyclists tackling 260 miles of Scotland’s most mountainous district across two days. Starting at Neist Point Lighthouse on the Isle of Skye and finishing at Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven to the East, we rode the widest part of the country… even a ski resort was passed!. Wind, rain, nightfall. True to form, Scotland gave us it all!
2018
2018
2018

Charitable organisations we’ve supported