In May 2016, four middle-aged engineers (all 50-something) will cycle 900 km from ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre in Noordwijk to ESA’s Columbus Control Centre near Munich, over 7 days. The riders are Ed Duell, Adrian Graham, Andrew Herd and Stephan Hinderer; they will be followed along the route by a support vehicle driven by Arie Duijndam. The group of international engineers have taken on this adventure to raise awareness and research funds for juvenile arthritis. You can follow them on their challenging cycle ride that will take them through the cities and countryside of the Netherlands and Germany. They will pit themselves against the weather, as well as the landscape, stopping only to refuel and camp overnight. The group will push themselves mentally and physically to cover the 900km for a cause which is close to their hearts.