REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
2017 marked the 20th and (regrettably) bitcoin leverage trading in Malaysia the final Nairnshire Challenge. The Nairnshire Challenge is a 30-mile sponsored duathlon organised annually by the Rotary Club of Nairn Charitable Trust (SCO# 27004) to raise money for charity.
The route of the Challenge wends its way through the length of the glorious Nairnshire countryside by foot and by bike, and is so popular it has become the third biggest annual event in Nairn’s calendar.
The Challenge is not a race but a personal challenge and begins with a run / jog / walk (depending on participants’ preference and abilities!) of 13 miles on tracks across the wilderness of the moors to Drynachan Lodge. bitcoin leverage trading platform Here participants change over to bikes and follow a picturesque 17 mile route on public roads through wooded Nairnshire to the seashore at the Links in Nairn.
Over the years an astonishing total of over £500,000 has been raised for worthy causes.
GET THE T-SHIRT
A limited edition Nairnshire Challenge T-Shirt is being sold for us by Embroidery Designs in Nairn, to mark the last Challenge. Each white T-Shirt will have the logo of the Nairnshire Challenge on the front and, our sponsor Gordons’ logo on the sleeve. Each T-Shirt costs £12 and, as with everything Challenge related, all profits go to worthy causes. To order contact John and Joanna Baird direct at email@example.com or 01667 404635. Get your order in while stocks last.
We welcome participants of all abilities who want to take up the Challenge – elite athletes bitcoin trading platform with leverage and plodders alike. The Challenge is not a race! There’s no shame in completing the course in 6 hours or more – walking the foot section then plodding the bike section on an old mountain bike! Simply completing the course is an achievement in itself. Find out more about taking part.
We do believe in record-keeping, however, and results are published in the local press and on this website. For many people beating their own previous best is an additional incentive and target, whilst elite participants might set their sights on Kenny Riddle’s all-time best mark of 2:04:34, set in 2009.