True Grit.
Graeme raced in an enduro event at Rogershill Raceway today. Seeing the exhausted riders sliding in the mud, coming off, picking the heavy mud covered bikes and themselves back up again is to witness a feat of endurance. Watching Graeme do it all one handed is truly something else. Hats off to you Graeme "Billy" Billington.
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Graeme Billington

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Race2Recovery is with Graeme Billington.

Graeme's racing his #Husquvana this Sunday 18th Feb at Rogershill Raceway Enduro event in Dorset. Graeme was badly injured in a bomb blast in Afghanistan whilst serving in the military, losing the use of his right arm entirely, meaning steering, throttle, brake and roadbook are all done with his left hand. This bloke's got some bottle! We'll be cheering him on this weekend and will let you know how he gets on.

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We finally caught up to The boys on one of the stages!
Stage four done, Ben tells us how it's going.
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Friday - going headlong into the weekend!

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Race2Recovery is with Graeme Billington.

Graeme's had a good day training over the wet, muddy & slippery Salisbury plains. We have two W.I.S offroad bikers within our team, perhaps we might compete on 2 wheels and 4 wheels this year? Always an interesting time of year with lots of ideas flying about!

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Race2Recovery added 9 new photos to the album: Working weekend — at Race2Recovery.

We're busy working hard at our garage this weekend, prepping the cars and trailers for the year ahead. Some of our new WIS (wounded, injured or sick British Military) team mates have joined us for their first day spinning spanners at our accessible workshop. A big welcome to all the new faces and a big thank you to those who put in the graft year after year. Special thanks to our resident Haribo monster, Chris Astles for the photos.

A photo to whet your appetite this evening...we recently conducted a recce of the Atlas mountains and Moroccan desert for future adventures.
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Big thanks to team mate Sandy, delivered the second of our new courses for WIS, serving and veterans today, a Certified Managing Safely Course aimed at enhancing the C.Vs and employability of service leavers.
Thanks to our sponsors ABF The Soldiers' Charity for supporting the courses, this one held in our new accessible workshop.

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If you're a member of the Military W.I.S community and are interested in attending our IOSH certified Managing Safely course at a greatly reduced price than you'd pay on civvie street, please drop an email.
The course will be held at our brand new accessible workshop and garage in Hampshire on the 20th & 21st January.
Blesma Limbless Veterans ABF The Soldiers' Charity Help for Heroes Official

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This is really worth a watch; how to read a Dakar Road Book. Brilliant insight for everyone watching and dreaming of Dakar adventure.
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The Dakar Road Book is how every competitor navigates their way through the long, complex stage of the race. The GPS Navigation only provides direction information when you come with a set distance of a waypoint. The road book is a collection of instructions that add up to providing all the informat...

Last night saw the #FIAPrizeGiving, where the 2017 Champions of the Motorsport world gathered for the annual gala event. Wonderful to see Billy Monger joining Jean Todt and Felipe Massa on stage and rocking his new prosthetic legs.
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Race2Recovery updated their cover photo.
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We're hugely proud to be able to share with you the completion of our major project for 2017, Race2Recovery's brand new beneficiary focussed workshop.

The team were donated a former barn, complete with open windows and ‘mud’ floor and have spent the last year building and constructing a state of the art garage facility, utilising support in part from an ABF The Soldiers' Charity grant. On Saturday 25th Nov. the team were proud to host ABF The Soldiers’ Charity’s Chief of Staf...f, Brigadier Robin Bacon, who opened the garages officially. The unveiling of this bespoke facility marries multi-height access and tools, allowing both disabled and able-bodied forces’ community members to develop skills and achieve civilian recognised qualifications. We're looking forward in 2018 to utilising the garage in earnest... and we have a number of even more exciting world firsts up our sleeve – Race2Recovery: Beyond Injury Achieving the Extraordinary.

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Please join us in congratulating HRH Prince Henry (Harry) and Meghan Markle on their engagement.
Hip, hip, hooray!

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