Would you ever consider cycling 500 kilometres through rough terrain in Thailand?
That is exactly what Junction-based physio Jason Bradley plans on doing for charity.
“I haven’t done much bike riding prior to committing to this,” he said.
Jason hopes to raise five thousand dollars for Hands across the Water, a charity working to prevent child prostitution and HIV in Thailand.
“If I don’t raise the five thousand, I’ll be contributing the rest of the amount myself because it’s just something I’ve decided I feel really passionate about,” Jason said.
Jason Bradley will join thirty riders who will all take on the challenge early next year. Together they hope to raise over 150 thousand dollars which will go toward building a safe facility for around 60 girls.