Purpose & Team Australia II - Race Across America 2017 1st Runner-up (4-Person Male)

The Race Across America (RAAM), an ultra-distance road cycling race held across the United States, started in 1982 as the Great American Bike Race. Run as one continual stage, RAAM sees individuals and teams covering 3,000 miles (4,828km) across 12 states with a total ascent of over 170,000 feet and a time cap of nine days.

Wearing the PURPOSE Team cycling jersey and bib through the world’s longest time trial, the 4-men quarter of Team Australia II – consisting of Alan Bradley, Scott Gilbertson, Allan Jefferson and Wesley Hughes – came in first runner-up in the 4-Person Male (Under 50) category at RAAM 2017 with a time of 6 days, 13 hours and 29 minutes.