The month of October means only one thing to a cyclist in Australia, the Great Cycle Challenge. The Great Cycle Challenge – Riding to Fight Kids’ Cancer – is a national Children’s Medical Research Institute (CMRI) fundraising initiative. Being a cyclist working at CMRI, it would be very hard for me not to take part. So like the previous two years I am riding to raise funds for CMRI to Fight Kids’ Cancer.
I set a goal of 1000km this year. However, I doubt I will achieve that as I am only at 313km. My busy life means I don’t have time for 100km+ weekend marathons. However, 313km (and counting) is mostly more than any reader of this post. So that being the case I feel I have every right to ask you for a donation to the worthy cause.
You can see more about the Great Cycle Challenge and make a donation to me at https://greatcyclechallenge.com.au/Riders/dcapslock. If you do donate let me take this opportunity to thank you for your support to Fight Kids’ Cancer.
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