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Set your 2019 goals. Express your interest for 145Classic: Ride for Youth 2019.

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2019 will offer two ‘loop courses’ through the Southern Highlands – starting and finishing in Bowral. There will be two rides to choose from:
 

The 133km Challenge: This ride incudes a pit stop at Triple Care Farm and is suited to the more seasoned cyclist. 

The 86km Challenge: This ride also includes a pit stop at Triple Care Farm and is perfect if you are looking for a fun, less intense ride.

Both courses feature punchy, undulating hills. Well - trained 'climbing legs' will help.

When: Saturday 18th May

Cost:

$150 registration fee (non - refundable) 

$500 fundraising minimum per rider

What makes this ride special? It raises funds for young Australians struggling with addiction, mental health issues and homelessness. Sir David Martin Foundation’s funded programs – Triple Care Farm (youth drug and alcohol rehabilitation program) and David Martin Place (youth drug and alcohol detoxification program) are the beneficiaries of participant’s fundraising efforts.

By stopping through Triple Care Farm, riders get to see firsthand how their funds help to transform young lives.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a fully supported ride including SAG vehicles, guiding riders and offering support where needed.

Invite your friends or colleagues and accomplish this rewarding ride, together!

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