You already know Tommy Quick from our previous article. At the age of 12 he suffered a stroke and 15 years later he embarked on a 9,000 km / 5,600 mile cycling journey around Australia. It is a charity ride he named The 4 points of Australia. A few days ago Tommy set off on his Shimano-powered AZUB TRIcon 26 for the final leg of his journey, which will link his home to the spot where he was hit by a car two years ago, interrupting his expedition after just 3,000km / 1,860 miles.
You can watch a nice summary of Tommy’s efforts in the video below. You can then follow Tommy on Facebook at The 4 Points Australia.