Race Across America

All across America

Newnan, Georgia 30265

June 20, 2020

Please support Team Assistance In Healthcare's Two-Woman Relay Team as they participate in Race Across America

June 20, 2020

Want to join us in the ride of our lives to serve those who need us during one of the most difficult times in theirs?  You can do so by sponsoring our team!  Click on the Sponsor Link to see the various sponsorship levels and additional information.  To be a "Friend of the Team" Sponsor ($249 and below), click on the Donate Link.

Fundraising Goal:  $100,000

What is Race Across America?

In 1982, four individuals raced from the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles to the Empire State Building in New York City.  In 1992 relay teams were introduced and quickly became the most popular and fastest growing segment of the race.  Team sizes range from 2-8 persons.

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

RAAM is about 30% longer than the Tour de France, and racers must complete the distance in roughly half the time, with no rest days.  Racers cycle 3000 miles, across 12 states and climb over 170,000 vertical feet.  Team racers have a maximum of 9 days but most finish in about seven and half with the fastest in just over 5 days.

Marsha Suber and Martha Gossage will be racing as a 2-woman relay team raising funds for Southeastern Assistance In Healthcare.  Click here to learn more about Marsha and Martha.