The Lonely Road Challenge

The purpose of The Lonely Road Challenge is to raise both awareness of, and financial support for, the plight of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Southern Africa.

The Lonely Road Challenge

The Challenge is an adventure, embarked upon by The Lonely Road founder, Thabang Skwambane, that presents a truly physical, mental and emotional ‘challenge’.

Check out information on the inaugural 2007 Lonely Road Challenge – a solo bicycle ride from Johannesburg, South Africa to Tanzania, followed by a team climb up Mount Kilimanjaro!

Stay tuned for information on The Lonely Road Challenge 2!

2007 Lonely Road Challenge

2007 Lonely Road Challenge

On June 30, 2007 Thabang Skwambane, Founding Director of The Lonely Road Foundation, set off on the inaugural Lonely Road Challenge – a solo bicycle ride from Johannesburg to Tanzania that crossed six countries and covered a distance of nearly 5,500km! At the end of his cycle, he was met by a team that joined him to climb to the top of Uhuru Peak on Mount Kilimanjaro.

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