A 12,000-mile expedition from London to Cape Town by bike
On Sunday 12th July 2015, Emily and James began their 12-month 19,000km unsupported expedition to travel from London to Cape Town by bike.
With their cycle from London to Cape Town, they aimed to raise significant funds for World Bicycle Relief – a charity that uses the power of bicycles to transform the lives of individuals and communities across Africa.
Every penny raised by cycling Africa will go to support World Bicycle Relief’s education programme, which gives locally-assembled, durable bikes to school children in rural Kenya, Zambia and South Africa – connecting them with education and economic opportunity.
After 238 days (10 months, 23 days) on the road, Emily and James arrived in Cape Town and, to date, have raised over £36,000 for World Bicycle Relief. They’re still fundraising!
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“James and Emily, good luck and stay safe!”
“Life is too brief not to follow your dreams and Emily and James are set to have a life changing adventure from London to Cape Town. What’s more, by doing so on bicycles, they will be able to really get to know the people, cultures and get beneath the skin of the countries they visit along the way. World Bicycle Relief is an inspiring charity to support and I wish them well on this great journey.”
“Dreaming the biggest dream you can imagine and putting a plan into place to make it happen is nothing short of extraordinary. I wish Emily and James the best of luck on their amazing journey”.