Melbourne to Darwin Bike ride


Could I just remind everyone that I will be starting out on my Charity bike ride on April 6th. 4,000 km across Australia in (hopefully) 25 days.


Why am I doing this?

Now at the age of 66 with my health totally in tact I feel that perhaps I can now demonstrate the health benefits of a Whole-Food, Plant based diet. As with my previous rides across Australia, I will be eating my normal diet, which of course excludes all meat and all dairy. At 160km per day this will show that it is a total myth that we require huge quantities of meat and dairy for the energy required for this type of mammoth endurance activity.

At the same time I will also be raising awareness and money for the Orangutan Project and Motor Neurone Disease.


You can go to my web site at or my Facebook page for more information.

Could I encourage you to like the Facebook page so that you can follow me on the ride? It will be updated daily with photographs, video and interesting stories as I cross our vast arid continent.

I look forward to having your company along the way and please send messages of encouragement won’t you as these I am sure will help get me through the tough times and long days in the saddle.



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4 Responses to Melbourne to Darwin Bike ride

  1. sarasinart says:

    Travel well Paul and enjoy your trip!

  2. uberdish says:

    Paul, I look forward to following your 4,000 km adventure! I wish you a wonderful journey! I would like to share your post(s) with some of my followers, if I may. I love reading stories about plant-based athletes reaching their goals. These stories help debunk the myth that eating meat helps keep you strong and healthy. Safe travels! 🙂

  3. That would be wonderful Angela. I’m trying to get as many people as possible to follow my ride.
    It’s a difficult challenge I’ve set myself, averaging 160k per day, but with friends by my side encouraging me along, I have a better chance of achieving it.

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