01 Jan 19 – 28 Feb 19
Target distance: 2,000km
The sponsor for the first challenge of 2019 is Inns Of Distinction - a family run business with three excellent pubs in great locations across the Island. They will donate 10p for every kilometre ridden - but will donate £400 if the target is reached.
For this challenge, we have a mystery prize up for grabs!
Everyone who individually cycles more than 10km during the current challenge will be entered into the draw. You'll get an entry for each additional 10km you ride - up to a maximum of 10 entries.
01 Nov 18 – 31 Dec 18
Money raised: £354
The sponsor for the End of Year Challenge was NFU Mutual who nominated WightAid as their charity of choice for the current challenge. The WightAid Foundation supports charitable projects across the Island.
01 Sep 18 – 31 Oct 18
Money raised: £407.80
The Island 2000 Trust are putting the challenge donation towards an upgrade of facilities at Merstone Station for cyclists and walkers. The challenge was sponsored by Rosemary Vineyard.
01 Aug 18 – 31 Aug 18
Money raised: £324
Wheatsheaf Trust works deprived areas of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight supporting disengaged young people from poor, challenging backgrounds.
01 Jul 18 – 31 Jul 18
Money raised: £413
Challenge & Adventure have been working with disadvantaged and challenging young people on the Isle of Wight for 25 years.
01 Jun 18 – 30 Jun 18
Money raised: £772
Girlguiding IW is part of the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK.
01 May 18 – 31 May 18
Money raised: £412
The Wessex Cancer Trust Isle of Wight provides free services and support to those living with or affected by cancer.
01 Apr 18 – 30 Apr 18
Money raised: £340
John’s Club is a charity for people with disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health covering teenagers to adults and also helping the elderly.
01 Feb 18 – 31 Mar 18
Money raised: £656
1st Newport Scout Group (The Old Guard) is the oldest surviving scout group in the world.
01 Dec 17 – 31 Jan 18
Money raised: £366
Isle Access is a not for profit organisation which has the aim of making the Isle of Wight more accessible and inclusive for everyone.
01 Nov 17 – 30 Nov 17
Money raised: £341
The Pop Up Soup Kitchen feeds hundreds of people and helps provide the necessities of food, warmth and provisions.
01 Oct 17 – 31 Oct 17
Money raised: £658
RACAG's objective is to reinstate the much loved and dearly missed ice rink.
01 Sep 17 – 30 Sep 17
Money raised: £348
Sandown Youth Club provides a range of free activities for young people aged 11-21 and has over 500 members.
01 Aug 17 – 31 Aug 17
Money raised: £407
The Rainbow club supports children with disabilities and special needs and their families.
01 Jul 17 – 31 Jul 17
Money raised: £409
The Ventnor Skatepark Group was set up over 15 years ago by volunteers who wanted to ensure there was a free to use skate park facility.
01 May 17 – 31 May 17
Money raised: £334
The Alzheimer Cafe provides a meeting place for people, between the ages of 40-65 years that have Early-Onset Dementia and for their Carers.
01 Apr 17 – 30 Apr 17
Money raised: £575
Carers IW is based at the Riverside in Newport and provides information, support and advocacy to adults who look after another adult.