Starting & Continuing our cycle from London to Sydney - in 25 Legs!

£9,415.00 donated
+£1,948.75 Gift Aid = £11,363.75
19% of £50,000.00 goal
Ended Sep 22, 2022 08:00
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Rob’s story


Ride25 began in June 2012 with a group of friends deciding that it would be fun to see the world on a bike and raise money for charity on the way. We always wanted to cycle from the UK to Sydney, Australia but with jobs and families to consider getting on a bike and going was unrealistic!

The solution was to break up the journey into 25 legs and complete one leg each year over 25 years. Every year a new leg is completed over a (very) long weekend. The first 9 legs have involved the Pioneers cycling from Parmoor (West of London) to Giresun Turkey via Paris, Geneva, Milan, Rome, Bari, Thessaloniki, Istanbul and Ankara. Learn about the last Pioneers leg here.

The Founders is a new group starting the journey with Leg 1 from London to Paris from 22nd to 24th September 2022. Learn about The Founders Trip here.

The money raised for 1moreChild will help keep 200+ children in Uganda off the streets, housed and able to go to school.

£275,000 already raised offline in 2022 through corporate sponsorship & individual donations. Learn more about 1moreChild here.

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1 Morechild

The 1moreChild vision is to see vulnerable children empowered and encouraged to reach their full potential.

1 Morechild is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity number 1136112​.

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