This is a virtual ride. Ride your own way, wherever you are, however it suits.
Aim high with a personal challenge, or form a team with others to supercharge your fundraising.
Could support a child going through treatment right now.
Could help with Gene Sequencing — hunting for cancer in certain genes.
Could fund a PhD researcher as part of our Research Team.
Sign up and set your distance and fundraising goal. Once you’re registered you’ll join our community of like-minded passionate fundraisers. We’ll help you along the way with lots of support, advice & tips to get the most out of your challenge.
With our help & resources, promote your challenge to get people to sponsor you along the way.
Ride in your own time, at your own pace, solo or as part of a team. As well as raising funds for children with cancer, for every fundraising milestone you reach, you’ll get an awesome prize!
Australia has one of the highest incidences of childhood cancer worldwide. One in 500 Australian children will develop a cancer before 15 years of age — that’s 600 Australian children diagnosed every year. Childhood cancer is the single greatest cause of death from disease in Australian children, with three children losing their lives to cancer every week.
Every dollar you raise helps fund vital research into childhood cancers.
Our event is inspired by the 21st anniversary of the South West Bike Trek. Each year, South West Bike Trek riders make the epic 600km journey from Perth to Augusta, raising funds for the Child Cancer Research Foundation.
To date they have raised over $814,000 and travelled a total of 14,802 km.
The Child Cancer Research Foundation has been funding childhood cancer research for over 40 years. Australia has one of the highest incidences of childhood cancer worldwide, with an estimated 750 children diagnosed every year. We have a commitment to ensure the ground-breaking research can continue so that future generations can live cancer-free.
Join our virtual ride. Help us raise even more. Help us beat child cancer on ya bum.