UNICEF – Give it all - Cycling for children

IAM is main sponsor of the event « Give it all – Cycling for children »

A challenge for everyone!

CYCLING FOR CHILDREN is a unique public cycling event organised in Switzerland, in Crans-Montana. The aim is to show commitment through sporting performance and creative fund-raising to help children in need.

A challenge for everyone

Be it beginner, ambitious hobby cyclist or professional athlete – each participant sets their own goal. Within the 12-hour window on our event day, you can cycle our two beautiful rounds (of 15km and 20km respectively), that lead up to peak Plumachit, as many times as you wish (or can).

«CRANS-MONTANA CHALLENGE»: one lap for hobby cyclists (430-750 m altitude difference across 15-20 km)

«MATTERHORN IN ONE DAY»: six big laps (4478m altitude difference across 120 km)

«EVEREST IN ONE DAY»: twelve big laps (8848m altitude difference across 240 km)

Our shared goal is to circle the world in 12 hours: 40’000km for a better world for children. Thank you for participating.

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IAM supports and shares the values and the implications of UNICEF, which are its principals of tolerance, mutual understanding, solidarity and peace among people. UNICEF also fights against all forms of discrimination.

IAM defends as well the passion for cycling, for young and old, the taste for hard work as well as pushing beyond ones limits in order to achieve ones objectives. This is why IAM will take part in the event with its IAM Cycling Team, composed of Michel Thétaz (founder of IAM), of employees of IAM, as well as different partners and friends.

Discover the pictures of the IAM Team, participating to “Cycling for Children“

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No mountain is too high to save a child’s life!