Reid Anderton from Brisbane is attempting to break the Guiness World Record for the fastest solo supported cycle around Australia.
To do this he has to average 377kms each day which is a lot of kilometres for a guy on a bike.
He rarely stops during the day, eats on the bike and then rides on.
On Saturday, April 13, he rode through Ulladulla and members of the Ulladulla Milton Lions club were lucky enough to meet with him.
He has a support team who travel with him and one of these is Andrew Pope, a Lion himself, who contacted Lions clubs along the route with a request for assistance where possible.
Ulladulla Milton Lions members hosted four of the team for the evening with a meal and some accommodation.
But while his team members enjoyed hot showers and a comfortable bed for the night Reid rode on and camped outside of town before continuing on in the morning.
He stopped briefly at the Lion’s Den at Burrill Lake and thanked the Lions for their donation and their hospitality to members of his team.
His goal is to raise funds and awareness for Eagles Wings, a small Christian aid and development organisation which assists vulnerable children throughout Southern Africa.
Check out the Challenge for Change web site and see where Reid has ridden around Australia.
He is now on the homeward track towards his pregnant wife in Brisbane.
The local Lions wish Reid well with this quest and hope that all his efforts, pain and sleep deprivation will help him to achieve his goal.