We're a tight unit, we learned to work together as a team, motivating and encouraging. This is a true testament to the power of surrounding yourself with like minded people to achieve your goals.
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Oh my gosh!! The hills!!! Finally, some real hills. And these were way better than the Wellington ones because there were virtually NO CORNERS!!! I could speed up and I could speed down. I think I got up to about 55km/h the fastest I've ever been. Can't wait until I go back next year with a new bike!!
Imagine the speed I could get to!!!
Then we rode into Adelaide as a group. This was different, the roads were a bit crap, I lost two lights on this leg (sorry Katherine and Mark - I still haven't replaced them!!!) but it was also exciting because we were so close!!! Then we were waiting for the police escort, and we rode into the convention centre. We were done!! We had made it. People were waiting and cheering us in.
Thank you so much to everyone that donated to this ride, who commented, liked and shared my posts, who sent texts and just did whatever they could to help. It was so much appreciated.
Of course you can. The ride is finished but it doesn't mean that the children stop struggling. We're doing this to raise money for HFF (check out the link in the sidebar for more information). Thank you for reading this blog. If you enjoyed it I would really appreciate it if you shared it on social media.
If you're keen to show your support for children in need I would love you to do so by donating through PayPal as my Give-a-Little page is now closed. Donations are open until the 31st of January so please donate through PayPal using my email address.
Have an amazing day!!!