SOME do it for fitness and others for sport.
This group of Launceston women is doing it to help people.
Eighteen women are on the path to February next year, a time that will see them cycle 300 kilometres through Cambodia to help raise money for those in need in the country.
Co-organiser Georgie Brown said the Girls Gone Riding group originally set itself a fund-raising goal of $15,000 - a figure it has already surpassed.
``We've been blown away by the support of Tasmanians,'' Mrs Brown said.
``We hope to raise as much as possible.
``We'll be riding to a village where the money is going which will be good to see the impact it will have.''
The money raised will go towards the Tabitha Foundation and HUSK, both of which aim to improve the lives of those living in extreme poverty.
To donate, visit www.tabitha.org.au and enter Girls Gone Riding.