SCAA FUNDRAISER 2021
This is Scottish Adventure Cycling's 'Nevising Challenge' where we are challenging you to scale the equivalent height of Ben Nevis on your bike during October to raise money for Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance.
1x Ben Nevis (1,345m / 4,412ft)
5x Ben Nevis' (6,725m / 22,060ft)
10x Ben Nevis' (13,450m / 44,120ft)
By the very nature of adventure cycling in Scotland, sometime it can all go wrong and we need to call on the Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance. To say thank you and to help SCAA remain flight-ready, we are raising money and awareness for the Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance with our 'Nevising Challenge' throughout October 2021.
Ben Nevis is Scotland's tallest Munro at 4,412ft / 1,345m
Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is Scotland’s only charity-funded air ambulance service. They rely on public support to keep flying and responding to time-critical emergencies wherever they occur in Scotland. From their bases in Perth and Aberdeen they can reach 90% of Scotland’s population within 25 minutes, providing a vital lifeline to communities all over the country. We hope it's a service we never need to use but we know that they are ready to help us if required.
To say thank you and to help SCAA remain flight-ready, we are raising money and awareness for the Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance with our 'Nevising Challenge' in throughout October 2021.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Its easy to get yourself set up ready to start the Challenge on October 1st.
CLICK HERE to register your details on our website so we can connect you with others taking part
Choose your challenge - 1, 5 or 10 Nevis' (you can add this to your Just Giving page title)
CLICK HERE to set up your Just Giving page connected to our team
From October 1st - 31st get climbing!! Indoors or outdoors, it doesn't matter
Tag us in your photos on social media so we can share your story with everyone
MORE ABOUT SCOTLAND'S CHARITY AIR AMBULANCE
Scottish Adventure Cycling is supporting SCAA by organising this fundraiser and providing social media coverage of progress and you can read more about the Scottish Charity Air Ambulance here: