The guys completed their 1000km bike ride in a time of 1003.7 km in 49h 21mins.
They climbed 7217 meters over a period of 8.5 days and rode the entire distance without a break day at all. Very commendable for two old bullets.
Hats off to Mark Johnson and Alan Crundall on an outstanding performance for the good of charity.
The final ride was done with our hostess Julie Mackenzie from Munduberra where we spent a couple of nights at the end. Thanks for the lovely hospitality Julie and Blade! Great to catch up. The lads were ably assisted by Julia Crundall who did the first gilly run, followed by Warwick Hodgson who completed the back half.
We saw some great sights, had some great laughs and met some weird and wonderful people along the way. Stats recorded below on the less physical side are per rider.
132 Sambo’s, 72 cups of tea, 61 power Bars, 36 beer’s (maybe) 12sleeps.
Our extremely grateful thanks to our family, friends, our customers and suppliers for all your kind and generous donations.
Listed below are banking details for anyone who wanted to see if we would complete the ride before donating, WE DID IT !!.
THANK YOU ALL
Ways you can make a donation:
- As below into the ZANE Account. (TAX INVOICE AVAILABLE)
donate by bank transfer to ZANE Australia BSB: 032023 Account: 305217
Or visit http://zaneaustralia.org.au
Be sure to mark your donation “OLT Alan Crundall” and give your name and email address so we can thank you personally
- World Wide Donations
Go Fund Me Account. https://www.gofundme.com/f/old-legs-tour-downunder
- South African Donations.
Account Name: Old Legs Cycle Tour
ABSA Bank Account Number 9355070826
Please prefix the deposit (OLT Aus)
- Zimbabwe Donations:
CABS Platinum Ascot, Byo
Account No 1124733450, Reference Old Legs AU
If you want to donate USD cash, please contact one of the following to make arrangements to drop off or have the cash collected.
Mike Boaler +263 772218667
Malcolm Pringle-Wood +263 797452132
Linda Crafter +263 772262614
Mike Carter +263 772424573
PLEASE DONATE TO SUPPORT PENSIONERS STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE IN ZIMBABWE
Any assistance is greatly appreciated and goes a long way to giving our pensioners a better quality of life and lifts the pressure of money worries which is very debilitating emotionally.
(Donations made to ZANE in Australia, are tax-deductible)
Donations made to ZANE in Australia, are tax-deductible.