Cycle Myanmar – Riding Over the Finishing Line

After 14 days, 500 miles of cycling and many sore muscles later, the cycle Myanmar team have made it back from cycling around Myanmar.

There was no rest for the wicked, as the riders conducted field research on the infrastructural challenges faced by rural health centres, all in the efforts for bringing about effective, substantial change.

Although at times, it was difficult to tell if they were working hard... or hardly working?

The riders passed through Yangon Hosptial, the site of Article 25's biggest project. A masterplan of improvements have been designed to make wards sanitary, to implement infection control and to equip the hospital to suit a place of healing.

After the blood, sweat, tears...and are a few wrong turns

The A25 riders crossed the finish line with a fundraising level at £33,000!

Follow the riders journey here,

It is with their effort and your donations, that Article 25 can continue its mission of bringing solutions to global problems. To support the riders and their continuing research visit,