After twenty years of football, Robbie Elliott is cycling a great chunk of Europe for charity, from Lisbon to Newcastle.
Robbie and his cycling partner are raising money for cancer charities, including Robbie's own foundation, but were inspired by Sir Bobby Robson whose old clubs they are visiting.
You can see the full report from Dan Ashby below:
More top news
The trophy started at Hadrian's Wall before passing through Hexham and Newcastle on its way to Alnwick.
Andrew Pullan's canoe capsized and he was pulled under the water near Barnard Castle in October 2013.
298 people were killed in the atrocity including Newcastle United fans Liam Sweeney & John Alder.