Why you should get involved with
the elephant epic challenge!
The Game Rangers Elephant EPIC is now in its 11th year! The fundraising challenge began in 2012 with a handful of cyclists in Zambia taking part in a mountain-biking challenge. Today, the MTB Challenge in Zambia attracts over 200 cyclists.
In 2020, the world was hit by COVID-19 and the Zambian event was cancelled. That is when we decided that the EPIC should go global!
And now in 2022, the Elephant EPIC is now a series of events. There are a number of challenges we have created for you and you are welcome to join each as an individual or as a team.
If you don't fancy our challenges, create your own and set your own bar. As long as you are raising vital funds and awareness for wildlife, we will support your endeavours.
No matter what challenge you decide, you will be in the running to be crowned The Series Champion and win a Safari Holiday for 2! There are a host of prizes to be won in the individual challenges too!
Have you started running and need a reason to commit to a 10K? Maybe you are learning how to bake and you decide to put on a bake sale for your colleagues. Maybe your football team take on your rivals in a charity match! Maybe you are simply looking for a challenge and the EPIC Events Series has just the right thing for you to join.
Whatever your challenge is, be sure to challenge your friends and family to join you or support your endeavour.
"Participating in physical events while trying to raise money for causes closest to my heart is at the best of times, extremely challenging and in some cases impossible. However, the world has changed and virtual events have made those possibilities more accessible. By going global the Elephant Epic opened up a whole new world to me! I have now participated in two Virtual Epic events raising awareness and vital funds for GRI whilst also receiving support from well-wishers across the world and inspiring others along the way in their exercise regime. Having the opportunity to take part in an event virtually, is both physically and mentally rewarding so why not join the Herd and play your small part in making sure future generations can also appreciate the beauty and magnificence of our African wildlife."