Yes, the Ride for Life is back again in 2010, for the seventh consecutive year, and this year it will be once again staged on a Sunday and on the same popular circuit as the last 2 years.
It’s a fun day for everyone! And it’s for all ages. Whether you are there to compete, cheer on the cyclists, provide support for your corporate team, join in with the fun ride, check out the latest cycling equipment with the bicycle trade show, get your face painted, jump on the jumping castle or just enjoy the atmosphere â€“ it is a day to mark in your calendar.
The Ride for Life course is a fast undulating 2-kilometre circuit in the centre of the Park and is only made possible due to the great support from Centennial Parklands,our sponsors and the SES.
This is the one day a year in cycling where cancer survivors, kids with their mums & dads, past Olympic champions, corporate groups, amateur and professional cyclists can take up the challenge and help raise the much-needed funds for the cancer unit at the Prince of Wales Hospital.
And this year participants can raise additional funds by being sponsored and supported as an Everyday Hero. No matter what event, whether it is the registered racing events of the corporate challenge or the recreational family ride, sign up with Everyday hero, create your own web page and support the fight against cancer. This is a way of raising substantial funds for those that need it the most!!
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