Worldwide known athletes team up for a great cause
The official draw of the 2nd edition of the Riviera Bike Challenge took place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Yacht Club of Monaco, in the presence of personalities and world known athletes, notably: Gareth Wittstock, Pierre Casiraghi, Paula Radcliffe, Marathon Female World Record holder, Ludovic Giuly, French Champion and Winner of Football French Cup, Eddie Jordan, Mika Hakkinen, F1 World Champion, Olivier Jenot, Skier, Rudi Keil, Rugby player, Federico Vella, World Champion Kick Boxing K1. This race goes hand in hand with the philosophy of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation and the values they defend, with the proceeds dedicated to support their actions.
Mark your calendars for Sunday, June 17 at 10:00
The Riviera Water Bike Challenge is scheduled for Sunday, June 17 at 10:00, with the participation of 22 teams and 44 celebrated athletes. The teams will mix professional sportspeople and amateurs, who will cover 30 rounds over a 20 km distance in front of the port of Monaco in relay format, facing the Dike’s solarium, on board aquatic bikes Schiller S1-C. These modern design silent bikes, function thanks to the energy of the cyclist and are environment friendly, as they do not cause any pollution. The public is invited to follow the race from the Solarium where there will be plenty of animations. Entry is free of charge.
Meet the 22 Teams
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Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation
The Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation was launched on December 14, 2012, and their primary goal is to save lives by preventing drowning. Its mission is to create worldwide public awareness about the dangers of water, teach children swim while learning safety measures through their “Learn to Swim”, and “Water Safety” programs.
The Foundation is equally involved in communicating the values of sport, such as discipline, determination, respect for oneself and for others, and team work. The “Sport & Education” program is based on the belief that sport is a tool that highly contributes to the wellbeing and development of children, who will grow into conscientious adults.
Since the creation of the Princess Charlene of Monaco Foundation, more than 500,000 people, most of them children, have benefited from the three ongoing programs in 33 countries. Together we can help them reach even more people!
“We are trying to get more kids to be water safe – we lose too many kids in the water every year.” Michel Phelps