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Imagine taking in the exquisite scenery of Cambodia while cycling along the dusty roads of the Mekong Delta. What if, while doing it, you could also help to improve a child’s life through education? 

Catholic Mission is offering supporters the chance to do just that with the launch of the Ride to Reach Out, a new initiative developed in partnership with Inspired Adventures.

The challenge, which will take place in November next year, allows participants to embark on a journey from Siem Reap to the capital Phnom Penh.

Throughout the adventure, riders will have the chance to visit education projects for children, supported by Catholic Mission and the contributions of participants on the Ride to Reach Out.

Other highlights include exploring the historic Angkor Wat, cruising the calm waters of Tonle Sap Lake and venturing into Cambodia’s iconic jungle temples.

Cambodia cycling out of Angkor gate

Catholic Mission National Director Father Brian Lucas says the Ride to Reach Out promises to be an unforgettable experience. ‘The Ride to Reach Out offers participants a unique opportunity to challenge themselves physically, while raising money for our vital work,’ he said.

‘I am very passionate about our work in Cambodia and I am excited for participants to learn more about our life-changing projects and to meet some of the people to whom we reach out.’

Anyone interested in participating in the Ride to Reach Out can receive a free information pack, with ideas for how to raise funds for your trip. Places are limited, and you can secure yours by registering today.

The 12-day Ride to Reach Out will take place from 15-26 November 2017. To find out more, please visit https://inspiredadventures.com.au/events/catholicmission-cambodia-2017/.  


For media enquiries please contact Matthew Poynting on 02 9919 7833 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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