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Ride for Life Ride Day

The Ride for Life is on again this year and has moved location to Heffron Park.

The Ride Day is an established cycle event that has become the feature cycling event in NSW and has now raised in excess of $350,000 for the Prince of Wales Oncology Department, cancer programs of the Fatigue Clinic and UNSW Lifestyle Clinic. The day consists of a great variety of events intertwined to make for a great family and corporate day.

This year’s funds willl go directly to supporting the NSW Cancer Survivors Centre.

Heffron Park, Maroubra, NSW, 2035
How Much:
$10 (starting price)
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