An epic journey is not measured in the distance travelled, but the number of lives changed along the way. And this is exactly the kind of journey that four young motorcycle enthusiasts from Australia are set to embark upon.
Supporting CRY’s endeavour towards ensuring a lasting change in the lives of underprivileged children in India, the Ride for Rights initiative will be another landmark in CRY’s journey.
Cameron, Scott, Taylor and Ben, in collaboration with CRY undertake this journey to raise awareness about the plight of thousands of underprivileged children in India. They hope to throw light on the immense hope that CRY has been able to give to these children in various places in India.
Four young men from diverse backgrounds united by a shared passion for riding, come together to embark on this extraordinary journey of love and adventure.
Cameron Perry, Scott Grills, Ben Butcher and Taylor Hogan also share a passion for social service. Cameron has spent many years of his life working and volunteering for both children and the elderly. Scott too has lived and worked at a local school in rural Papua New Guinea teaching children. Taylor has a passion for building and improving things and this extends to more than houses, to the lives of the underprivileged. Ben, a photographer and filmmaker is drawn to recording honest stories of human experience.