A challenge you don't have to train for

02 February 2018
  • Challenges

A challenge you don't have to train for

Wouldn’t it be amazing if there was a way you could take on a challenge for charity, without having to train for it?

Well, guess what…there is! If exercise isn’t your thing, you can still go on an adrenaline-filled adventure with Teens Unite this year, without a running tracker or cycling helmet in sight.

For 2018, we’ve got two challenges in our calendar, which are quite literally, set to take your breath away.

With World Cancer Day just around the corner on 4th February, now’s the time to fill out those all-important registration forms and pledge to make a difference by pushing yourself outside of your comfort zone.

First up is our tandem skydive taking place on 20th May 2018 and 2nd September 2018. You can choose to take on the challenge either at Sibson Airfield, Peterborough or Beccles Airfield, Suffolk. Brace yourself as you take the plunge from 13,000ft and freefall at speeds of up to 120mph, taking in the beautiful views on your way down. Are you ready to test your nerve? Sign up here.

Next on the list is our wing-walking challenge, which we debuted last year with no other than Love Island winner and Teens Unite supporter, Nathan Massey. Speaking of the experience, he said: “It was one of the best things I’ve done.”

Not for the faint-hearted and set to give you the thrill of a lifetime, you will experience flypasts and manoeuvres at speeds of up to 130mph, whilst harnessed to the wings of a plane.

Our Wing Walking challenge takes place at Damyns Hall Aerodrome on 29th July 2018. If you want to fly like never before, book your space today.

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