Race Across America June 2020

Martha Hall and Marsha Suber

Announcing a 2-woman relay team to Race Across America, fundraising for Assistance in Healthcare

Two local women who are friends and fellow cyclists have just registered for the 2020 Race Across America (RAAM) with the ambitious goal of raising $100,000 to benefit local cancer patients. Marsha Suber of Senoia and Martha Hall of Peachtree City are donating their race proceeds to Assistance in Healthcare and are already busy training for the race, which will kick off June 20, 2020 in California.

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Race Across America

RAAM is one of the most respected and longest running ultra-endurance events in the world. RAAM is seen as a pinnacle of athletic achievement not only in cycling circles but the greater sporting community as well.

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RAAM: 30% Longer than the Tour de France

Racers must complete the distance in roughly half the time, with no rest days

3000 Mile Race

Racers cycle across 12 states and climb over 170,000 vertical feet

9 Days to Finish

Racers have a maximum of 9 days but most finish in about seven and half with the fastest in just over 5 days

RAAM Began in 1982

In 1982, four individuals raced from the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles to the Empire State Building in New York City

Relay Teams Introduced in 1992

Teams quickly became the most popular and fastest growing segment of the race – sizes range from 2-8 persons