Ride the Rhumb Line

By Craig Humphrey

I’m Changing the Game!

We're riding across Australia with a blue ribbon on our sleeve in memory of Craig's dad, Neil, who battled prostate cancer.

That’s why we've created this page - to raise funds to get us closer to a future free from cancer and to support those experiencing it now. 

By supporting our journey with the blue ribbon, you will contribute to the work of Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia. They work tirelessly across every area of cancer, from research to prevention and support. 

Your support will be powering this vital work, making a difference to so many in their most vulnerable time, now and into the future.

Together, we can make a difference.

My Updates

A third of the way

Thursday 20th May
We have finished the ride across WA and crossed the border into NT this afternoon. We love chatting to the people we meet along the way. Thanks for the support folks :)

Thank you to my Sponsors


Peter Marshall

Congratulations on making it across Aus and raising awareness and money for worthy causes along the way. I met you at a caravan park in Port Fairy (vic) on your way to WA and am in awe of what you've achieved. Congratulations and all the best for a full shoulder recovery Pete


Clayton Brown



Lyn Scott

An amazing trip. Hope you are on the road to recovery.


Bogged Truckie

"Its not every day I bog the road train!"


Jonathan Hood

We passed you and Caroline on the French Line in the Simpson Desert, it was tough enough going in a 4 wheel drive, so we all said "Hats off to you Caroline!" Well done a champion effort. Safe travels to you all!




Jenny Hockings

Craig, your parents would be so proud of the adventure you and Caroline have taken on to raise funds for these very important cancer causes.


Winifred Meares

Caroline, it has been a pleasure to meet you at the Tharogmindah Caravan Park and to be amazed at the journey you are both undertaking. Your resilience, sheer "guts", and unbounded energy is an inspiration to us grey nomads !! Happy peddling ! Win & Russell


Elwyn Campbell

Awesome effort with the big bike ride! Good to see you're still enjoying the adventure after your injury.


Cormac Carey

Hi guys , met you both on the French Line and as promised $1000 donation as been there done that with prostate cancer in 2011. Safe travels all the way to Cape Byron.


Wendy Oakley


Kind Gent In The Desert


Roy & Kath, Derwent Station


Norman & Peta Bogdanovs

Sorry to hear about your accident and congrats to Caroline for making it to the centre. Seems a long time since we saw you in Meeka. All the best for the ride to the end. Leave donation on the Breast Cancer site also. Enjoying the updates.


Craig Tozer

Great work Craig and Carolyn. Lovely to meet you in Alice Springs and hear about your journey.



Tuff luck on the injury - good on you for keeping the dream alive.


Black Cat Civil

From the crew at Black Cat Civil - Tjukaruru Rd.


Norman & Peta Bogdanovs

Best wishes, stay safe


Justin Freeman

Good luck on the ride mate!


Hannah Golding

Enjoy your ride!




Craig H

Every bit counts.