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Dingoes Average Speed 35-40km/h
Townsville To Cairns Bike Ride 2019
This year will be my second ride from Townsville to Cairns! Last year I made it to Cairns and raised a bunch of money for the effort.
My awesome mates have talked me into entering this year in a faster team so I will need to train hard and prepare starting now.
I think it is only fair that I go one better with my fund raising as well so I am going to need your help!
The time I put in to prepare will be great as it will give me some awesome motivation to keep fit and spend some time out with some special people all getting together for one thing which is to raise money for children's cancer. It will also give me time to think about the really important things in life which is family, special friends and our health.
As I have two beautiful boys I could not imagine what it would be like if our world was turned upside down with one of them being diagnosed with a childhood cancer.
I am sure everyone knows someone that has been effected by cancer and raising money for families of our beautiful children going through this to make things better and to find a cure is what this is all about so dig deep.
Please support me, my team and this ride to make a difference.
Since 1999 the ride has raised over $6.6 million for research with over $460,000 raised in 2018. If you haven't already take a look at the website.
Every year more than 950 Australian children and adolescents will be diagnosed with cancer, and every week nearly three Australian children and adolescents will die of cancer. Children’s Cancer Institute exits solely to put a stop to this.
As the only independent medical research institute in Australia wholly dedicated to childhood cancer, our role is vital. Because, despite our progress, cancer still kills more than any other disease.
Our task won’t be easy – childhood cancer is hugely complex – but we’re confident that with the brightest brains, the best facilities and the greatest determination, we will get the job done
© 2019 Children's Cancer Institute Australia