Robert Lilwall is a cyclist, but some would say he is psycho. The Briton is in the midst of a charity bike ride that will take him from minus 40 degrees in Siberia, across tropical Asia, then down to the southern hemisphere and back up across Europe all the way home to England. He is in Hong Kong waiting for a boat to the Philippines to continue the 40,000km journey. His goal is to raise money for the Viva Network, a charity for street children and orphans in Oxford. 'I've been out a year now,' Lilwall says. 'Hopefully, I'll get home in another two years.' The club One-Fifth will help his cause with a fund-raiser tonight, at which Lilwall will give a slide presentation at 8pm. 'At one stage in Siberia, people were pessimistic that I would die in the cold or be eaten by bears or wolves. I got chased a lot by dogs in smaller villages. On the other hand, I ate a dog stew in Korea, so I guess I had my revenge.'