Riders

Tom Parr, 24
Route: John O'Groats to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 1030 miles

Anna-Marie Treloar, 21
Route: Berwick-upon-Tweed to John O'Groats to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 1250 miles
"I study medicine in Yorkshire, and this is my first cycling trip within the UK. I’m really looking forward to visiting many beautiful places for the first time. I hope this trip will help us to bear witness to our own faith, as well as supporting some wonderful work that goes on within the Church."



Gregory Treloar, 18 
Route: Inverness to Land's End 
Estimated mileage: 765 miles
"I am currently studying for my A-levels. I am really excited about this cycling trip, not only because it is such an iconic achievement, but also because we will be taking in the amazing countryside of Great Britain, and won't have the challenge of crossing any language barriers! I hope this will be a great support to some faith based movements and a profound witness to our faith!"


Lucia Rackham, 19  
Route: Inverness to Land's End 
Estimate mileage: 765 miles
"I've never done anything like this before, and am really looking forward to the trip- despite the challenges ahead, we'll all have a wonderful time. I'm really glad we're raising money to tackle poverty abroad, and especially to tackle hardship at home in the UK."

Gregory O'Connor, 20
Route: John O'Groats to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 900 miles
Ryan Day
Route: Hull to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 420 miles
"I am a twenty seven year old seminarian for the Diocese of Middlesbrough, finishing my first year of philosophy in Rome. I am really looking forward the the trip as cycling has been a real passion of mine for many years that was born on the East coast of Yorkshire and fostered in the North York Moors. I love Italy, but I do miss the green and pleasant land back home! The spiritual side of the trip is very important, being able to share my vocation with others and enjoy praying with some very good friends as  part of a little community of pilgrimage. Lastly, the causes we are raising money for are extremely important and worthwhile and I do hope that people can give as generously as possible.
Magdalen Connolly
Route: Wardour, Tisbury to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 220 miles


Adrian Treloar
Route: Berwick-upon-Tweed to John O'Groats by bike, driving to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 350 miles
Andrew Robertson, 20 
Route: Glasgow to Land's End 
Estimated mileage: 600 miles 
"I am looking forward to using my fitness as an aid to help people all over the world and here in our own country. I see this as a fantastic opportunity for prayer and self refection! Whilst the cycle will be tough, I intend to offer any pain up to Lord in the trust that someone else may benefit from our efforts.

Cameron Armstrong, 16
Route: Glasgow to Land's End
Estimated mileage: 600 miles
"I'm a high School Student of St. Thomas of Aquin’s in Edinburgh and footballer at Falkirk FC. Having just endured my exams I want to make my summer unforgettable, something I can look back on and smile. This pilgrimage is a fantastic way for me to not only put a smile on my face but the faces of thousands of people who will benefit from the money raised from the cycle."