In 2019, we partnered with Tour de Cure to host the inaugural Life Ride – a cycling event that raises funds to beat blood cancer.
Together, we’re driving our combined commitment to finding cures and funding support for blood cancer and related disorders.
A team of approximately 160 riders and support crew took on a 3-day tour throughout the magnificent region of the Margaret River in Western Australia, from November 23-26.
It’s a very special and rare opportunity to participate in a breathtaking cycling tour and make a difference to 41 Australians diagnosed with blood cancer every day.
The route takes in the scenic Cape Leeuwin, Cape Naturaliste and the magnificent Margaret River wineries. Plus, Tour de Cure is providing a 12-week training program and regular group rides prior to the event, so there’s plenty of opportunity to get prepared!
Visit the Life Ride website for more information, or contact us on 1800 620 420.
Last updated on February 24th, 2020
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