Saturday, 14 December 2019

Eight British cyclists pose for a wefie while travelling through Cairo, Egypt, as they pedal their way from London to Medina July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. Eight British cyclists pedalled their way from London to Medina to perform the Haj pilgrimage - and raise money along the way. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

British cyclists travel through Cairo, Egypt, as they pedal their way from London to Medina, July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. The ride dubbed 'Tour de Haj' covered 4,000 miles, across 17 countries in 60 days. The cyclists were raising money for the Penny Appeal fund, which aims to help to build vital infrastructure, like wells, schools and mosques, in villages in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Uganda. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

British cyclists travel through Cairo, Egypt, as they pedal their way from London to Medina, July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. With the goal of ultimately raising half a million pounds, the cyclists had so far collected 50,000 pounds upon reaching Medina. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Junaid Afzal, 30, one of eight British cyclists pedaling their way from London to Medina, reacts in Cairo, Egypt July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. With the goal of ultimately raising half a million pounds, the cyclists had so far collected 50,000 pounds upon reaching Medina. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany

Tahir Hasan Akthar (R) and Safdar Mehmood Akthar, part of a group of British cyclists who are pedaling all the way from London to Medina, read the Quran at their camp in Arafat during their haj pilgrimage, outside the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia August 10, 2019. They are cycling to raise almost half a million pounds to build wells, schools and mosques in five villages in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Uganda. REUTERS/Muath Frej

British cyclists who are pedaling all the way from London to Medina, chat at their camp in Arafat, during their haj pilgrimage, outside the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia August 10, 2019. They are cycling to raise almost half a million pounds to build wells, schools and mosques in five villages in Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Uganda. REUTERS/Muath Frej