The Arctic Rider is an ongoing project of charity motorbike challenges by fundraiser Gordon Stuart.
Gordon is an Ambassador UK-brain injury charity Cerebra and global youth leader forum One Young World, and fundraiser for special care babies charity Tiny Lives. He is keen motorcyclist, writer, and film maker.
|Gordon on his departure to the Arctic - May 2014|
"The Arctic Rider is all about a burning sense to do what is right, adventure, community, and raising a shed-load of cash for charity. Yes my challenges cost money to do, and sure I do enjoy them, but being able to combine my passion for motorbikes with raising money for charity its win win for me. My social media work and networking ensure that my adventures raise far more money than they cost (which is all funded by me or my corporate sponsors) meaning every penny donated goes to my charities" - Gordon Stuart
Click on '2016 Iron Butt Challenge' for information on Gordon's Iron Butt ride in 2016.
Click on the 'Arctic Ride 2014' page to learn more about Gordon's first adventure.
The man behind the helmet
Name - Gordon Stuart
Age - 28
Occupation - IT Project Manager
Passions in life - Family, Newcastle United, MOTORBIKES
Dream bike: BMW R 1200 Adventure
Favorite road ridden - Trollstigen pass, central Norway (video here)
Longest ride - 6,000 miles to the Arctic and back
Biking hero - Charley Boorman
Suzuki Maraurder 125 (Blue)
Yamaha Virago 535 (Red)
Kawasaki ER5 (Blue)
Suzuki GSX650F (Blue)
|Arctic Norway - June 2014|