The 2022 National Relay ran from 20th June to 2nd July!

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MASSIVE, HUGE THANK YOU to EVERYONE who took part, supported and sponsored the 2022 National Teddy Bear Relay in aid of Mental Health Research UK.

This year’s mascot, who was named ‘Robbie’ (by Kevan Wildy) travelled 6253 miles in 12 days around mainland UK. Robbie visited 156 handover points being passed from motorbike to motorbike in a continuous 24/7 relay Starting at Streetbike in Halesowen. Travelling through the Midlands , then around the Welsh coast, back over the border to do a massive tour around England and up as far north as Brora in Scotland. His final handover was at Ladybower reservoir in the Peak District and then to his final destination at Squires in Leeds. 

We’re still waiting for everyone to finish paying in their sponsorship money, but thank you to everyone who helped to make this magic happen!


Tom Hurford, Jason Percival & Christina Jackson
Relay Riders UK admin 



We would like to wish you all a warm welcome to the Relay Riders UK website. Here you will be able to find news on what’s going on in the group, learn more about how we started, who is involved today and what each of us does.


You will also be able to keep up to date with all fundraising events that we host nationwide.


The UK’s biggest annual non-stop charity motorbike Relay is an event that riders of all levels can take part in, from learners to seasoned veterans. 

The Relay goes all around the UK so everyone can get involved, no matter where you live. 

A mascot (usually a cuddly toy) will be carried by volunteer motorbike riders to raise funds for our nominated charity.