Full Members of The Long Riders' Guild
|Fritz Gangkofner - rode through Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Germany.
Hugo Gassioles rode from General Madariaga Argentina to New York City, USA.
rode solo across the Australian continent, starting
the mouth of the Snowy River on the east coast of Victoria and finished at
the Margaret River on the west coast of Western Australia.
|Paola Giacomini completed a solo journey through Mongolia, Russia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria and Italy.
|Claudia Gottet - bought an Arab mare in Arabia and rode her back to the Alps.
|Hans-Jürgen Gottet - rode his Arab stallion from Saudi Arabia back home to Switzerland.
|Ali Gough - rode the length of New Zealand.
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|Betty Gray - rode from Mexico to Canada.
|Susie Gray - rode from England's Canterbury cathedral to Santiago di Compostela in Spain.
|Carina Greenwood - rode in Japan, South-East Asia and India.
|James Greenwood - rode in South America, Japan, India and Central Asia.
|"Cowboy Jim" Gregory - rode from California to New York City.
|Angela Grundy - rode the length of the Australian Bicentennial National Trail. She was 11 years old when she, her sister and her parents set out.
|Serena Grundy - rode the length of the Australian Bicentennial National Trail. She was 13 years old when the family set out. See also Dyane Sabourin.
|Angie Grusauskas - completed a ride along Australia's Bicentennial National Trail.
|Missing in Action
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