The Regain Cycling Challenge is Back!

Regain Sports Charity have been operating for many years and have supported countless tetraplegics, including our CEO, Rob. Rob is now a trustee at Regain, and we are looking forward to joining him again in supporting this brilliant charity.

Regain challenges have taken place all around the world, but last year they added the Regain Cycling Challenge at Thruxston Circuit!

Regain 2023 Start Line

After a great day last September, they’re back in June for another fun-and-challenge-filled day on the 29th June 2024.

Join The Fun!

The Regain Cycle Challenge is a fun event for all the family. This all-inclusive cycling challenge is open to people of all ages and abilities. You can take part on a bike, trike, electric bike or race chair. There’s something for everyone – push for Personal Bests – or just have some fun riding on this famous track!

Fancy a challenge? You can book your place on the track NOW. The Bronze, Silver, Gold and Family challenges are back, PLUS all-new Platinum and Relay options! If you pushed yourself to the Gold last year, why not go for Platinum? Regain are offering the chance to push yourself to 100 miles on the track! Or go for the joint effort with the Team Relay – also new for 2024!

Each challenge has a small registration fee, and Regain ask that you fundraise as much as possible! Get friends, family and colleagues to support you as you push yourself on the track! All entries include technical and medical support on the track, event timing, refreshments whilst cycling, medal and post event food

MedalLapsDistance (Miles)Registration Fee
Platinum (NEW for 2024!)42100£30
Family*As many as you like!As many as you like!£20 per child
Team Relay (NEW for 2024)*42100£99

*All children (aged 4-14) taking part in the Family challenge must be accompanied by an adult. The Team Relay is for Teams of 4 – the distance and fee is split 4 ways.

What an amazing day we had at the first ever Regain Cycling Challenge 2023. I’m so proud of my family, especially James who cycled 4 laps! We were so pleased to raise some much needed funds for the charity who helped buy Stuart his first wheelchair. This was such a great event as we could do it as a family, sometimes not easy when you have a loved one in a wheelchair. We will definitely be signing up for next year!


Spend the Weekend!

With free parking and camping at the racetrack you can turn your cycling challenge into a weekend mini-break! Bring the family to support you (or convince them to take part!).

Some more about Regain…

Regain is the only charity in the UK solely dedicated to improving the independence of those who have become tetraplegic as a result of a sporting or recreational accident. Having lost the use their limbs, tetraplegics need help to perform many of the most mundane day-to-day tasks. Without the use of appropriate wheelchairs and adapted vehicles, tetraplegics can become trapped and isolated in their own homes.

Over the past 30 years, Regain has provided support to the mental and physical wellbeing of over 3,500 tetraplegics. Regain help them purchase mobility equipment, take up new sports activities such as hand-cycling and wheelchair rugby, and support them to achieve qualifications that lead onto new employment opportunities. Some of their grant recipients have gone on to represent Great Britain in the Paralympics!

Regain has been an inspiration to me. Over the past 10 years I have taken part in cycle challenges all over the world and Regain supported me in my bid to get into the GB Wheelchair Racing Team for the Paralympics where I came 5th in my event. Without Regain’s help I would never have achieved so much.

Steve Osborne – Team GB Paralympian

Corporate Sponsorship – How You Can Help

We at Active Hands are delighted to be a corporate sponsor for the Regain Cycling Challenge 2024. We’re sponsoring the Regain Cycling Challenge medals, which everyone that takes part will receive. If you know any companies that would like to come on board as a sponsor please get in touch with

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