Team MB'18: Thank You!

Published Saturday, 24th November 2018

We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to our official Sponsors and Supporters who helped Team MB'18 achieve their epic Australian challenge!

Without their continued support our projects simply would not be possible.Months of planning and preparation, training and expert advice, sourcing the right kit and equipment, and much-needed funding, goes into every one of our projects but the result is definitely worth all the hard work.

Team MB'18 cycled a mammoth 1,107 kms in less than 14 days! They were pushed to their limits physically and mentally, and dealt with everything that the Munda Biddi trail threw at them along the way.

They worked together as a team, and gave their all to make it a success and achieve their goal.

They have all since returned home, and are settling back into the routine of daily life. Their aching muscles have now recovered, but the memories and friendships will last a life-time.

Completing the gruelling challenge has given them all renewed strength and confidence, and the knowledge that they can overcome adversity and push through the dark days.

They have truly shown that despite injury, anything is possible!

Thank you to everyone who followed the team throughout the challenge, and for all the messages of support and donations to our JustGiving Page >>

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/65dn

Our Vision…

‘Rehabilitation Through Adventure’ offers wounded, injured and sick (WIS) service men and women the opportunity to participate in challenging, unique and arduous expeditions which has significant benefits. Their achievements and experiences will change their lives for the better, aid and enhance their recovery and, equally importantly, will enable them to inspire others.

#TeamMB18 #BeyondInjury #MentalHealthMatters#RehabilitationThroughAdventure

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