If you're up for a challenge, it doesn't get much better than this - riding 600km from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean in just eight days. It's likely to be a little more interesting than your local trails.snow capped mountains, dense jungle, tropical beaches and smoking volcanoes, anyone?
John Antoniou, who will be riding the Bike Mexico route said: "It's gonna hurt really good, I'm looking forward to it." This will be John's sixth Scope bike ride - he's ridden in Russia, Brazil and Israel, to name a few places. John's been preparing for his next ride by riding some of the UK's best trails including Cannock Chase, Brecon Beacons and the North Downs.
"Taking part in a Scope bike challenge is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have. I've signed up for the challenge again and it's an opportunity I would urge you not to miss!, " John said.
Flights, accommodation, food and professional guides are all provided, but you'll need to raise the minimum sponsorship and have the drive and determination to succeed. John, for example raises money by holding charity spinathons.You can sponsor John through this site.
Why not sign up yourself now? For more information call Scope on 0800 0191 200 or visit here.