The Long Riders' Guild

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Stan Walchuk - rode from Alberta, Canada, into Alaska alone via the Cordillera region of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.  Author of "Cordillera!".

Richard Waltrapp rode from Fürstenfeldbruck, near Munich, to Ridsenow, Germany.

Nick Warner rode from Cuenca, Ecuador to Cusco, Peru.

Meme Watanabe - made Long Rides in India, Peru and Costa Rica. 

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Robert Wauters – made many extensive journeys in Europe, including a mounted pilgrimage from France to Spain and back.

Michael Whaley - rode from Calgary, Canada to San Francisco, California

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Iain White - rode from Brisbane to Melbourne, Australia.

Carolyn Whittington - made a Long Ride in Peru.

Janine Wilder – made various journeys through all 48 of the continental United States.

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John Williamson - rode across northern Mongolia.

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Jasper Winn - rode on five continents with Spanish Vaqueros, Turkmen horsemen, Hungarian Csikos, Australian drovers and Berber tribesmen.

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Dylan Winter - rode the length of Offa's Dyke on the English-Welsh borders and along the Oregon Trail in the USA.  Author of "A Hack in the Borders" and "A Hack out West".

Peter Wonfor rode from Chipinge, Zimbabwe to Mbeya, Tanzania.

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Lisa Wood - rode from San Diego, California to Leesburg, Virginia.  Author of "Chasing the California Dream."

Elsa Wood-Gee - rode from John O'Groats, Scotland to Lands End, England.

Vyv Wood-Gee - rode from John O'Groats, Scotland to Lands End, England.

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Howard Wooldridge - rode from Savannah, Georgia to Newport, Oregon; then he rode across the USA again from Los Angeles to New York.

Rocky Woolman - rode the length of the Continental Divide Trail.

Gryph Wulfkil - made two journeys within the United States.
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