Beth Harper – Mum – NZ.
"My Tearfund Poverty Cycle challenge took place in London where I did the London 100 as part of Team Ricoh. I trained hard throughout the winter, sometimes in the freezing cold. It’s true! One morning six of us braved -3 degrees and icicles hanging from our seat posts. A sobering reminder of the hell we’re trying to relieve for women and children enslaved in human trafficking."
Wesley Pigg – University Student – NZ.
"Our team decided to cycle on trainers for the duration of three church services on a Sunday. In the end, we cycled a distance of 200km, had loads of fun, and did something practical to help. I loved that – because we were raising money and awareness at the same time. I think many people want to create change, but they’re not sure how to do it. That’s why the Poverty Cycle is so valuable."