by Tamlin Wightman on July 27, 2011
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Twelve humble riders conquered the mighty Namibian Desert… This is their story.

The challenge is now complete. The riders endured a grueling 300 kilometres through the harsh desert conditions of Namibia’s Damaraland, to raise money and awareness to help save the desert-adapted black rhino and to donate to the Good Work Foundation and Wildlife ACT.

It was a great success for the group, which consisted of Rhino Africa team leader, David Ryan, and riders from Singita Game Reserves, Ulusaba Private Game Reserve, the Royal Portfolio, and Tintswalo Lodges. Congratulations again to all the riders and thanks to our sponsors and suppliers! An extra big thank you to our valued clients, without whose continued patronage none of this critical conservation work would be possible…

Watch the video now!

Read our other blogs about this year’s challenge:

Challenge4aCause: the cyclists are off

 2011 Challenge4aCause Damaraland Challenge – A Teaser

Challenge4aCause meets Lion Man