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Have you indulged a bit too much over the holiday season? Do you need a good challenge to keep you focused and get you back on track? If so, then there’s still time to sign up to our cycle challenge, the 145Classic: Ride for Youth, happening March 1st.

145 ClassicThe ride will raise money for our flagship program, Triple Care Farm, which rehabilitates young people and helps them work through their addiction and mental health issues.

The ride begins in Sydney’s Centennial Park, then goes through South Sydney, along the scenic Sea Cliff Bridge and South Coast onto Kiama – the final rest stop before the “challenge” really begins! From Kiama, riders will begin the 730m vertical climb up Jamberoo Mountain Rd to finish at Triple Care Farm in Robertson.

Upon completing the ride, participants will have the opportunity to tour the Farm, meet young people and really see the magic that happens there.

All riders are required to fundraise $400 to take part. There is also a $100 registration fee, which includes full event support for all riders by way of support vehicles, qualified first aiders, on-road catering, a bike mechanic and a 145Classic event jersey sponsored by Cuore of Switzerland.

You can register as an individual or you can enter a team. There’s no minimum or maximum number per team, however, each riding group will comprise of 10-15 people.

For full event details go to https://145classic.gofundraise.com.au/cms/home

PS. For those unsure of the full ride, there’s an option to do a shorter leg of the ride.

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