Where does the road go?
I will be setting off on an around the world bicycle trip, with a projected start date of the 8th of June, 2025. This trip will span all continents, with the exception of Antarctica. I doubt that I’ll ever have the money to make the trip down there – unless someone’s willing to sponsor me, that is! Apart from doing this tirp for the fun of it (why do it otherwise), I will be cycling for two of my favourite charities: FightMND and School in a Bag.
Fight MND: An Australian charity at the forefront of funding research into finding a cure of Motor Neurone Disease (MND), also known as Amytrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. It is a degenerative disease which attacks the neurones (nerve cells) that control muscles that allow us to move around, swallow and even breath. It’s a terminal disease for which there is currently no cure. There are also no truly effective treatments. There is a cure out there, but it has to be found. To do that, money is always required to fund the necessary research.
School in a Bag: This is a British charity which provides rucksacks, containing school supplies, to disadvantaged school children around the world, regardless of race, religion or politics. Each rucksack contains exercise books, pencils, ruler, eating utensils and a water bottle. The contents varies, depending on the location and need of children. Each rucksack costs £20.
To view my proposed routes, just pop on over to my planned route page. It is still a work in progress and it will change over time. For example, instead of going through China, I’m now thinking of going through Iran, Pakistan and India. At some stage in the future, I will have more information (including how to donate). So, please stay tuned!