I hope everyone has had a great start to 2019! I was lucky enough to spend the last week of 2018 touring through some beautiful regions of Victoria following the Goldfields Track with a mate of mine. It has excited me even more for my trip across Australia, to be able to see even more of what this country has to offer. Almost 6 months to go before I leave 🚴♂️😃✌
I consider myself very lucky to be supported by people like my buddy Perry, who knows quite well what long periods on the bike can be like. Perry rode just on 10,000km through some amazing countries last year 🌏 Here is a photo of us spinning the pedals summiting Mt Donna Buang ⛰ on one of our regular training rides together.
I'd like to thank Perry for supporting me on this journey 🚴♂️ and if you would like to, feel free to follow us here 💥
It has been a little while between posts, but do not worry, the team and I working on the One Gear ride are busy locking in sponsorships, finalising the route through Australia I will take, as well as planning another fundraising night, stay tuned!
I also want to announce that Camping Adventures has become an official sponsor of the ride. Graham and the guys have shown generous support for the last 18 months while this ride has been in the planning stages, and it is much appreciated.
Daniel at Prop & Pose Co. is showing an incredible amount of support towards the One Gear project, and his photography company has come onboard as an official sponsor. Stay tuned for some of his work coming soon
We are happy to announce our first sponsor Adventure Outfitters, an awesome outdoor gear web store. Stay tuned for more updates coming soon
The route of the bike ride has been finalised, and here it is. 8000km between Steep Point, Western Australia and the Cape Byron Lighthouse
Hello! My name is Chris Pennington and you have landed on my blog that is going to follow my adventure to ride a single speed push bike across the width of Australia all for charity.