Argentina to Chile Cycle 2019
In February, 38 of our wonderful supporters completed the Argentina to Chile cycle – one of our toughest challenges ever! The demanding adventure through Patagonia took our cyclists past breath-taking lakes, active volcanoes and even ended on a lava field. The team pedalled over 450km in 6 days, raising an astonishing £167,000 for our vital research. What an incredible achievement!

Maria and Katie Moore, mother and daughter from the Isle of Wight, took on the challenge together and raised an incredible £8,500 for our work. Their achievement was even celebrated in their local newspaper and online here – well done Katie and Maria!  

Katie reflected ‘Cycling from Argentina to Chile across the Andes was by far the most incredible experience that I have ever encountered. From the great bikes and immense scenery to the distance itself, and the incredible team who helped along the way, this challenge was unforgettable. The roads we cycled, the people we met and the places we have been will be in my heart forever’.

We are so grateful to our amazing cyclists for taking part in the Argentina to Chile cycle. The money raised significantly supports our continuing research towards saving and improving the lives of women and babies.

If you’ve been inspired to take on an adventure of your own you can see our full list of challenges here.