Video of the most dramatic minutes of the RAAM 2015 (Including subitles)
The RAAM 2015 has claimed a prominent victim. Christoph Strasser has had to quit the race due to health issues. We wish him all the very best and hope that he will soon be back on his bike. Anyone who wants to own a bike that has written history now has the opportunity: the auction of Christoph Strasser's world-record breaking bikes will still take place and we are hoping for a successful outcome to the charity auction.
An auction with feeling - Christoph Strasser is auctioning the bikes on which he won the race and broke world records for a good cause!
Under the motto "Racing for Charity", Christoph Strasser auctioned off three of the bikes on which he won the race and broke world records to support the Lyoness Child & Family Foundation school projects in the process. 100% of the auction's proceeds was donated to the projects in Honduras, Nigeria, South Africa and the Philippines. It was a unique opportunity to take one of these legendary bikes home and change the lives of many disadvantaged children and families for the better.
The Time Trial Machine:
• 24-hour World Record 2015
• Also the current RAAM 2015 bike
The Defending Champion:
• Winning bike of the RAAM 2014
• Record time of 7 days, 15 hours and 56 minutes
• The fastest ever average speed at the RAAM: 26.4km/h
• Winning bike of the RAAM 2013
• Record time of 7 days, 22 hours and 52 minutes