Full Members of The Long Riders' Guild
|Mary Pagnamenta - completed a ride along the length of New Zealand.
|Tracy Paine - made an extensive journey though the United States.
|Eva Paloheimo - rode through the American West.
Jeff Pappas - rode ocean to ocean across the United States.
Magali Pavin de Lafarge - rode from Montelimar to the Atlantic and back, then made another journey from France to Central Asia and back.
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|Bill Payne - rode from Cleveland, Ohio to Southern California.
Stephane Pennac rode across Patagonia, Chile and Argentina.
|Stan Perdue - rode from Georgia to Arizona.
|Juan Francisco Perfumé rode from Los Glaciares National Park, located in Santa Cruz Province in Patagonia near Mount Fitz Roy, to the base of the Lanin Volcano, located in the Lanin National Park in the Province of Neuquén, Argentina.
|Sebastian Perkins rode across Patagonia and Argentina.
|Trent Peterson – rode through California, Oregon and Washington along the Pacific Crest Trail.
|Geir Petterson - rode across the United States.
|Danny Phegan rode from Darwin, Northern Territory to Cockle Creek Bay, Tasmania.
|Mefo Phillips - rode from England's Canterbury cathedral to Santiago di Compostela in Spain, and the following year she rode to Rome.
|Ray Piecuch - travelled from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
|Mike Pinckney rode from Mexico to Canada.
|Gianfranco Pivitera rode from Chinuna to Cuzco, Peru.
|Stevie Anna Plummer – completed a solo journey across Patagonia and Argentina
|Marc von Polier (right) and Augustin Blanchard (left) rode from Stanton, Kentucky to Florence, Oregon
|Wayne Poulsen – rode through the Altai Mountains in Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia and Russia.
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|Jane Powell - rode from Mexico to Canada.
|Pete Praetorius - completed a journey in the USA with Alys Culhane
|Douglas Preston - rode from Arizona to New Mexico across the Despoblado Desert, retracing the equestrian route of Coronado, a 16th Century Conquistador. Author of "Cities of Gold" and "Talking to the Ground."
|Michael Pugh - rode from Moscow, Russia to Sighisoara in Romania.
|Missing in Action
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