The Ride for Recovery is a joint venture between the Leukaemia Foundation and the Myeloma Foundation to raise awareness of blood cancers in Australia and raise funds for blood cancer patients’ services.
The foundations are proud to work together under the Ride for Recovery banner to benefit those suffering the many cancers that come under the heading of blood cancers. The ride was initiated by a group of keen cyclists who rather than just ride for the enjoyment, decided to ride for the good of those in need.
The ride has grown into a major event with sixty riders (the maximum allowed by road traffic authorities), riding from Melbourne to Sydney over seven days, each fundraising individually and as a group to aid the charities involved.
Ride for Recovery
The Ride for Recovery is a joint venture between the Leukaemia Foundation and the Myeloma Foundation. We will be raising awareness and funds for blood cancers patients across Australia.
The 2013 ride will take place from the 21st April - 28th April, visiting towns in country Victoria and New South Wales, doing their bit to support the 50,000 Australians with blood cancers.