Adventure Cycling & Cycle Touring

Cycling 4 Soup | How One Man Rode 2500km In 10 Days For The Taste Of Home

Craving the taste of home, and wanting to raise awareness and money for charity, Alvaro took his bike for a ride

How far would you ride your bike for a bowl of soup? Would you ride your bike to the end of the road, to the next town over, or even to the town beyond the next town over? What about 2,500km across three countries, in the space of just ten days? Would you ride that far for soup? Because I don’t, in all honesty, think you’d ride that far for soup.

Step forward, Alvaro; who with the tasty soup of his family home back in Cadiz on his mind, and a deep burning desire to raise money and awareness for The Tribe Freedom Foundation and MS Society causes in his belly, started out from Croydon and rode across mountains and international borders as part of the ‘Cycling 4 Soup’ project.

“How far would you ride your bike for a bowl of soup?”

The film made it’s debut screening at an event on the 13th of March 2020 in Kingston-Upon-Thames, the film has now been released for you all to feast your eyes on (we promise that it’s 20 minutes of your time well spent). So, grab yourself some soup and a packet of bread rolls, and tuck into this inspiring story. Bon appétit.

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