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Saturday 22 February 2020
Lake Hume Cycle Challenge
For the past five years, the Wellness Centre within the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre (AWRCC) has been the beneficiary of the Lake Hume Cycle Challenge..
Tour de Cure Westpac Ride
Sunday 8 – Tuesday 10 March 2020
Blue Mountains, NSW
Since the inaugural Westpac Tour in 2017, over $3.7 million has been raised for cancer research, support and prevention programs.
We’re excited to announce that the tour is back in March 2020 and it is going to be bigger and better than ever.
WESTS Cycle Classic
Sunday 8 – Sunday 15 March 2020
Port Macquarie, NSW
Experience an amazing adventure with a great bunch of people whilst raising funds for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service.
Ride over 350km over 5 days with a full support crew, accommodation, breakfast, lunch & dinner.
Sunday 29 March 2019
Bobbin Head Classic
Northern Sydney, NSW
The funds we raise with our Bobbin Head Cycle Classic go to support and carry out programs that benefit children and families in our community. Lifeline Harbour to Hawkesbury is proud to be the event’s primary charity partner. 50% of all funds raised go to Lifeline H2H.
Tour de Cure (TDC) Signature Tour
26th March - 3rd April 2020
Newcastle - Muswellbrook - Tamworth - Armidale - Glen Innes - Tenterfield - Warwick - Ipswich - Caboulture - Noosa Heads
The Tour de Cure Signature Tour brings people together from all corners of Australia who are searching for a cure. In 2020, the team will visit some of New South Wales and Queensland’s unique communities to spread the importance of cancer research and inspire future generations to Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be Happy.
Tour de Rocks
Thursday 2 April – Saturday 4 April 2020
Armidale to South West Rocks
To engage and inspire our communities to work together to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Friday 17 & Saturday 18 April 2020
The [Sydney2CAMberra] ride aims to raise significant funds, awareness and support of families affected by stillbirth and SIDS, all funds raised will be donated to the Stillbirth Foundation Australia and Red Nose (formerly SIDS & Kids) on behalf of the Sydney 2 CAMberra participants, supporters and volunteers.
Sunday 19 April 2020
The Mailrun Charity Bike Ride
Through your involvement in this event you can assist us to provide essential services to the community so that all families can receive the support they need in stressful times. Your contribution will directly assist the service to provide parenting education programs, play programs to assist children with identified emotional needs, inclusive supportive playgroups and information and advocacy for families.
10% discount for Bicycle NSW Members, log in for code.
400in4 Charity Ride
2020 Location TBD
2020 Dates TBD
The ‘400in4’ charity bike ride is an annual event, organised entirely by the Fire Fighters of Fire and Rescue NSW to raise money for a charity close to the heart of all fire fighters – the Burns Unit at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
The 'Big Push' Charity Ride
Sunday, May 1 2020
Sydney to Canberra
The Big Push charity ride is a major event on The Fathering Project's calendar, as a rider you will assist The Fathering Project in raising the funds needed to continue expanding our community outreach programs in NSW, QLD & VIC - connecting with more fathers and bringing positive outcomes to more Australian children.
Endure For A Cure
1 May, 2020
Sydney Motorsports Park, Eastern Creek
Endure for a Cure is a unique 12 hour team cycling event, raising vital funds for childhood cancer research.
Macsim Sydney to Surfers Robbo’s Ride
Saturday 2 – Friday 8 May 2020
The annual Macsim Sydney to Surfers Ride is an exciting 7 day, 900 kilometre cycling event dedicated to raising funds for Father Chris Riley's Youth Off The Streets.
Central Coast Century Challenge
Sunday 3 May 2020
Mt Penang Gardens, Kariong, NSW
Lifeline Central Coast Face 2 Face Program and Coast Shelter are the two major charity beneficiaries for the 20th Anniversary event and other Rotary charities. Other Rotary Charities receive some funding.
Sunday 3 May 2020
The Mudgee Classic is offering a refreshing approach to event fundraising. Our mission is to provide both individual riders and teams the opportunity to fundraise for whichever charity they wish to support.
Remembrance Bike Ride Supporting NSW Policy Legacy
8-10 May, 2020
A 3 day, 300km bicycle ride for riders of all abilities to raise funds for NSW Police Legacy, a not for profit organisation who look after the families of deceased police officers, whether their death occurs on or off duty.
2020 date TBC
Over the last four years, the 145Classic: Ride for Youth has raised over $180,000 for Triple Care Farm - an award winning drug and alcohol rehab program for young people.
Silver City Bush Treadlers
The Silver City Bush Treadlers are a group of keen individual cyclists who take on a challenging bicycle ride each year through the Australian Outback to raise funds for the Royal Flying Doctor Service. This is a challenging 13 day bicycle ride through the NSW outback. Throughout the trip, the Treadlers will be able to explore the exceptional views and experiences of the Aussie Outback.
Bondi2Berry & Bondi2Brighton
2020 Dates TBD
There are about 435,000 reasons why – that number is the staggering statistic of Australian’s currently living with dementia. There are around 1.5 million Australians in their care. Chances are you are directly affected by this disease, or know someone who is. We’ll be visiting some great communities along the way, riding to remember our loved ones, and raising awareness of dementia.
Starting with the Bondi2Berry ride on day 1, a small group of around 20 riders will continue from Berry down the coast to Melbourne, pulling into Brighton Beach on Saturday 14 September.
2020 Date TBD
Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek
Whether you're an avid cyclist, new to the sport or just looking for a challenge, we invite you to ride to help those living with below the belt cancers. The Pedalthon promises to provide a unique event to network with the community, promoting teamwork, healthy competition, plus some fun - raising awareness and funds for these cancers.
Every cent raised by the Pedalthon goes directly towards clinical trial research to improve the lives of over 28,000 Australian and New Zealand men and women affected by testicular, prostate, penile, kidney and bladder cancer every year.
Tour de PIF
2020 Date TBD
Scheyville National Park
Starting and finishing in the beautiful Scheyville National Park riders will travel on roads less travelled that are rarely flat; with each course looping through the scenic Hawkesbury Valley. Stage 1 is in Brisbane, Stage 2 in Sydney and Stage 3 in Melbourne as they ride and or walk to raise money to build homes for homeless youth.
Last year they raised $350,000 - help them raise the bar and raise $400,000 this year!
Go For Broke
2020 Date TBD
Go for Broke is a one day 180km bike challenge held on Saturday the 21st of September. The ride starts in Berowra on the northern edge of Sydney and finishes in Broke in the Hunter Valley. The ride is tough but we ride together in pelotons and support each other and the great work Lifeline does.
For both guys and girls, young and old, from whatever walk of life you’re from, we want to share how riding through exercise and riding with mates can help us beat depression. In 2018 we hoped to raise $30,000. Instead the 70 riders who completed the entire route raised $33,193. This year we’ll stop registrations at one hundred. Our goal is to raise $50,000. We think we can do it. Help us help Lifeline and donate directly to Lifeline or support one of this years’ riders.
Newcastle to Dungog Charity Bike Ride
2020 Date TDB
Newcastle - Dungog
A great ride for riders of all levels put on by the Rotary club of Newcastle Inc, with all proceeds going to Hunter Medical Research Institute (HMRI).
Lake St Clair Charity Bike Ride
2020 Date TBD
Lake St Claire Recreational Area
Our objectives are to spread the word of riding and healthy lifestyles to our networks and to promote a safe, fun, responsible and sustainable riding atmosphere while raising funds for worthwhile causes.
The Killarney Bike Classic Committee raises funds for local cancer support groups. Including: Can Assist, Narrabri Hospital Palliative Care Unit, Inala House Tamworth, Ronald McDonald House, Tamworth and The Cancer Council.
Come and experience the thrill of joining us in this charity bike ride down Killarney Gap, not to mention the spectacular scenery on the way. Enjoy riding with a group and making new friends in the fresh air of North West New South Wales.
7-12 October, 2019
Tour de OROC
Dubbo - Cobar - Bourke - Lightning Ridge - Coonamble - Dubbo
To date, Tour de OROC has raised more than $300,000 for Macquarie Home Stay and their target for this year is a further $100,000. Macquarie Home Stay is an accommodation facility that support families travelling long distances for medical treatment at Dubbo Base Hospital.
Tour de OROC, covers over 1,100 kilometres over six days. Setting out from Dubbo, they cycle around the region via Coonamble, Walgett, Lightning Ridge, Brewarrina, Bourke, Cobar, Nyngan, Warren, Narromine and back to Dubbo.
1-31 October, 2019
In 6 years, our community of 55,774 riders from all 6 states and 2 territories have ridden a total of 13,341,418km, and together we’ve raised $16,300,890 in support of research to develop better treatments and find a cure for childhood cancer.
Why? Because cancer is the largest killer of children from disease in Australia. Over 600 Australian children are diagnosed with cancer every year and sadly, 3 children die every week.
We're riding to give these kids the brighter futures they deserve, and we believe that any one individual can make their personal impact to fight cancer and save little lives.
So we’re calling on all Australians to get on their bikes this October and join our movement to kick cancer’s butt!
17-20 October, 2019
Taronga Zoo - Jenolan Caves - Orange - Dubbo (Western Plains Zoo)
The Sydney Zoo2Zoo is a 4 day ride from Sydney's Taronga Zoo to Dubbo's Taronga Western Plains Zoo. It will be the 14th time the ride has taken place, having started in 2006. Not wanting to let a good thing go, the challenge has grown each year with the riders in 2007 raising over $37,000 to purchase vital medical equipment for the Dubbo Base Hospital. Since 2009 the Zoo2Zoo has raised in excess of $1,250,000 for the Black Dog Institute, a not-for-profit, educational, research, clinical and community-oriented facility offering specialist expertise in depression and bipolar disorder.
20 October, 2019
To date, the Bowral Classic series has raised over $300,000 for various charities via our ‘Choose your Charity’ option. With four courses to choose from, all showcasing the most beautiful scenery you can experience on two wheels, there is a course to suit everyone’s ability.
27 October, 2019
Return trip from Sydney via Bowral and Kiama
Can4Cancer is a CommBank Foundation community initiative with Tour de Cure that raises vital funds to support researchers working towards curing and preventing cancer. In 2018, Can4Cancer raised over $2.2 million for breast, prostate and childhood cancer research projects.
In 2019, we're hosting a 21km walk in each of the capital cities across Australia during September and October, while the sixth Can4Cancer Ride from October 27 will travel approximately 400kms over 3 days from Sydney.
8-9 November, 2019
2019 Sydney to the Hunter Cycling Classic
Berowra Waters - Cattai Ridge - Mt White - Catherine Hill Bay
The Sydney to the Hunter Cycling Classic keeps going from strength to strength and this year is already shaping up to be the best they've ever had. With over 80 riders, this is sure to be a "cycling classic" as we return to the 2015 route and tackle Berowra Waters gorge, Mount White and Mooney Mooney.
21-27 November September, 2019
Future2 Wheel Classic
Cairns - Blencoe Falls - Ravenshoe - Tinaroo - Cairns
The 6-day ride covers a course of 819kms and you can also opt for a shorter 3 or 4-day ride. The Wheel Classic caters for all cycling abilities. Yes, you will need to train but at an average distance of 100km on the shorter route and 20km/h average is very doable and achievable. Riders taking on the Future2 Wheel Classic will take on the challenge of raising $1,500 to directly support Future2’s Make the Difference Grant program.