14th Edition

The 30/30 Challenge

2021 saw the 30 Ride in 30 Days project reach fourteen years and has raised  an amazing total of £891,742.14 for Les Bourgs Hospice in that time. The challenge has grown from just 36 participants in 2008 to just over 100 in 2021. For 2022 we aim to reach £1 Million and plan to have 30 Individual Riders and 30 Combination Entrants of up to four riders per combine.

Entry is limited and so will be filled by those that can commit to the fundraising ethos of previous 30/30 challenges.

The dates for the challenge in 2022 are Day 1 on Saturday 30th April and ending on Sunday 29th May. the day of the annual Rocque to Rock Bike Ride.


Formal participation will be by those that commit to trying to raise as much as £900 from Les Bourgs (£30 for 30 Days).

The 30/30 so far

The Facts

Funds Raised

Previous Editions



How it works

1 Hour

Ride for at least one hour a day, that’s it

Individually / Team

On your own or in teams

Every Day

Between the 30th April and 29th May

Just Ride

Ride wherever you like!


Day one will be on Saturday 30th April 2022 starting with a 30in30 Group Breakfast at The Kiln.

Day 30 will be Sunday 29th May 2022 meeting at Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop for a catch up with all the riders and cycling together to the end of the Rocque to Rock.

There will be various events organised by the riders themselves, Family Bike Rides, Quiz Nights, Treasure Hunts, Everest Challenges, BBQs, Static Bike Rides, Meals In, Meals Out, Pub Nights, and many more.

Please let us know if you are planning anything.

The “Final Word” event to announce the total of this year’s fundraising takes place on the evening of Friday 17th June 2022 at Specsavers Headquarters.,La Villaize.

Where / How?

You may ride alone or with others. You may ride as far as you like. You may ride a bit in the morning and the remainder at night.

All riders get together twice during the 30 Days. On Day One all riders that can make it enjoy a breakfast together at The Kiln. Also on Day 30 there will be an “Around the Island” bike ride and riders will end up at Ian Brown’s Cycle Shop to catch up on their challenge.

Remember your only pledge is that you ride your bike for at least 60 minutes each day. If you need to go away then you may choose to ride your hour on a stationary bike within a hotel’s gymnasium and this is acceptable.

If for reasons beyond your control you need to miss a day then you can catch up as soon as time permits.