JOIN US ON THE CYCLING TOUR OF A LIFETIME!
The Leukaemia Foundation has partnered with Tour de Cure to host Life Ride, a new 380km multi-stage visual feast in Western Australia.
Barrelling through the Margaret River region over three days, Life Ride is perfect for roadies, more casual club riders or those new to the sport.
This special event isn’t about winners and watts; we’ll ride as a group to the finish, supporting each other towards our shared goal of helping more Aussies beat their blood cancer. Is there a better feeling of accomplishment, achievement and comradeship?
Surround yourself with friends and colleagues, new and old, and experience the thrill of riding wheel-to-wheel; climbing, drafting and descending together through stunning south west WA.
It's as simple as...
RIDE WITH US
Register, and we’ll introduce you to your personal fundraising and training coach
Suit up and hit the road for a once in a life time adventure
Beat Blood Cancer
By taking part you will be making a difference to the 35 Australians diagnosed with a blood cancer every day
We help you reach your goals
You’ll get a personalised fundraising page that's easy to share and collect donations.
You’ll get a fundraising coach to inspire you with ideas and keep you on track.
We’ll hook you up with a 12-week training program and local group rides.
View the route
Life Ride is a new 380km multi-stage cycling event held over three days through the beautiful Margaret River region in Western Australia from 23-26 November 2019.
Saturday November 23
Perth to Busselton
Arrive in Perth for a bus transfer down to Busselton for the team welcome dinner.
Sunday November 24
131kms, elevation +1,237m/-1,147m
On day 1 you'll start from Busselton and head south-east towards the Whicher National Park, before cycling through the Millbrook and Jarrahwood State Forests. At Nannup, you'll head west towards the Margaret River winery region, continuing through State Forests and National Parks on the way. This stage is fairly undulating, but will provide some challenges in certain sections.
Monday November 25
138kms, elevation +1,187m/-1,187m
A relatively flat route where you'll travel south out of Margaret River through forest along Caves Road. After a detour into Hamelin Bay, you'll continue down to Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, the most south-westerly point of Australia. The return leg will take you through the town of Augusta, where you will continue north back towards Margaret River.
Tuesday November 26
117kms, elevation +974m/-1063m
Departing Margaret River, you'll ride through lush wineries, before reaching coastal views at Dunsborough and Cape Naturaliste, the northern most point of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge. After reaching the Lighthouse at Cape Naturaliste, you'll return along Cape Naturaliste Road, heading west along the coast towards the iconic Busselton Jetty. The gradient for this stage is fairly undulating, making it a comfortable ride for all levels.
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