Day Four

Norseman to Balladonia – 192.9 km.

Legs are going around ok, but are incredibly sore. I’m in good spirits and at this stage still enjoying all that IPWR is throwing at me.

Going to stop here for a while and head off during the night. Planning on 240 tonight & tomorrow.

No Optus reception. Dearest place in the world!


Jacob is riding amazing and has a handy lead. We’ve spoken quite a bit. He’s in great spirits and all things going to plan that was never a plan! He was spotted going through Balladonia.

Photo Credit: Tim Taylor / @thewalkingcyclist
Photo Credit: Tim Taylor / @thewalkingcyclist
Photo Credit: Tim Taylor / @thewalkingcyclist


  1. Mike Luke Reply

    Roll on Crossy

  2. Kell Cleary Reply

    Keep going Crossy. Just remember the reason you are doing this and the fact that Tan and the Kids are waiting for you on the other side of the country.
    What better way to Celebrate 50….

  3. Paul & Melissa Richo Reply

    Go Crossy, bloody legend mate !
    Paul & Melissa Richo

  4. Bec Bird Reply

    Congrats Crossy! Those little towns won’t know what’s hit them with all you cyclists popping in for fuel! What a great adventure you are having for such a wonderful cause. Best wishes, Bec Bird.

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