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Spoketacular’ charity cycle geared up to make history for Variety

March 4, 2014toMarch 22, 2014

 

 

* SYDNEY Fundraiser

‘Sydneysiders are invited to witness a peloton of philanthropic lycra-clad cyclists crank up the gears for the launch of an epic 26 day cycling event which covers more kilometers than the Tour de France – All to help kids in need!  Registrations open till 21 March 2014

  • Saturday 22nd March 2014 at 8:00am
  • Pyrmont Bay Park
  • Registrations now open

People can register for the one day cycle up until Friday March 21st and for two day, City to City or the entire 26 day Cycle, registration closes Saturday March 15th.

At 8:00am on Saturday 22nd March at Pyrmont Bay Park, an eager bunch of special needs and disadvantaged kids will mount their Variety-granted bicycles and tricycles to launch up to 70 riders on their expedition. With staggered starts of different packs, the first wave of cyclists will include high profile participants including the inspirational, Turia Pitt plus an anticipated dozen core riders doing the entire 26 day haul.

Variety are hoping that this novel new event will become a major fundraiser, raising much needed funds to assist Aussie kids in need.

Those not keen to hop on a bike themselves can join the Variety Bike Less Challenge and commit to a healthy personal challenge in March http://everydayhero.com.au/event/bike-lesschallenge.

Variety Cycle Route:

Day 1: Saturday March 22 – Sydney to Moss Vale (135 kms)
Day 2: Sunday March 23 – Moss Vale to Canberra (195 kms)
Day 3: Monday March 24 – Canberra to Cooma (116 kms)
Day 4: Tuesday March 25 – Cooma to Cann River (174 kms)
Day 5: Wednesday March 26 – Cann River to Lakes Entrance (134 kms)
Day 6: Thursday March 27 – Lakes Entrance to Traralgon (156 kms)
Day 7: Friday March 28 – Traralgon to Beaconsfield (119 kms)
Day 8: Saturday March 29 – Beaconsfield to Melbourne (107kms)
Day 9: Sunday March 30 – Melbourne to Lorne (168 kms)
Day 10: Monday March 31 – Lorne to Warrnambool (205 kms)
Day 11: Tuesday April 1 – Rest Day in Warrnambool
Day 12: Wednesday April 2 – Warrnambool to Coleraine (135 kms)
Day 13: Thursday April 3 – Coleraine to Bordertown (195 kms)
Day 14: Friday April 4 – Bordertown to Tailem Bend (176 kms)
Day 15: Saturday April 5 – Tailem Bend to Adelaide (170 kms)
Day 16: Sunday April 6 – Adelaide to Clare (170 kms)
Day 17: Monday April 7 – Rest Day in Clare
Day 18: Tuesday  April 8 – Clare to Port Augusta (190 kms)
Day 19: Wednesday April 9 – Port Augusta to Woomera (179 kms)
Day 20: Thursday April 10 – Woomera to Glendambo (120 kms)
Day 21: Friday April 11 – Glendambo to Coober Pedy (253 kms)
Day 22: Saturday April 12 – Coober Pedy to Cadney (153 kms)
Day 23: Sunday April 13 – Cadney to Marla (81 kms)
Day 24: Monday April 14 – Marla to Erldunda (253 kms)
Day 25: Tuesday April 15 – Erldunda to Curtin Springs (161 kms)
Day 26: Wednesday April 16 – Curtin Springs to Uluru (98 kms)

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