Sydney - South Coast
including the Jamberoo Mountain Challenge




If you're looking for your next cycling challenge, or if you are looking to better your time from this year, join us in March 2018 for the 4th annual 145Classic: Ride for Youth.


Cyclists took to the road on Sunday 23rd April 2017, riding from Centennial Park to Triple Care Farm, Robertson in the stunning NSW Southern Highlands.

Those who chose to tackle the Jamberoo Mountain Challenge did so with courage and determination, all feeling relief and exhilaration as they crossed the finish line into Triple Care Farm to a crowd of family and friends cheering them on.

Be a part of the 145Classic journey and help young people in crisis regain their health, get off the streets and achieve their goals.




Registration Fee - $195.00.
Registrations close on Monday 17th April 2017.

Corporate / Team Registration Fee - $100 per rider (for teams with a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 20 riders.  All teams with 15-20 riders will be allocated their own Team Car).

Your registration fee includes:

  • 145Classic Team kit including jersey, socks, water bottle, kit bag and t-shirt;
  • All day catering including breakfast, rider snacks and hydration, light lunch and a celebration BBQ at TCF;
  • You will be fully supported with SAG vehicles and volunteers throughout the day to ensure you all have a safe, enjoyable journey.

For full Corporate / Team Packages details with15 or more riders please contact Catherine Isted, Events and Partnerships Manager at c.isted@sdmf.org.au or on 02 9219 2039. 


Starting from Centennial Park, the 145Classic: Ride for Youth will make it’s way through the southern suburbs of Sydney along the M1 and Princess Hwy. From here riders will make their way to the coast riding along the scenic Sea Cliff Bridge to Wollongong, and then following the coast to Kiama. For those brave enough, the ride will continue through Kiama before turning off beginning the climb up Jamberoo Mountain Pass.

The Jamberoo Mountain Challenge - this is a gruelling timed challenge over 25km from Kiama to the gates of Triple Care Farm. All riders will be timed, but the Jamberoo Moutain Challenge is not a race.  Riders can challenge themselves to beat their time from last year,  compete against their team mates, vie for the title of 'King or Queen of the Mountain' or simply enjoy the victory in knowing you have succeeded in beating the Mountain and crossing the finish line into Triple Care Farm.

Ride A - Sydney to Kiama route can be viewed at http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/fullscreen/790014881/

Ride B - Sydney to Robertson route, including the Jamberoo Mountain Challenge can be viewed at http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/fullscreen/790002261/


145Classic Ride Profile

Sir David Martin Foundation

Sir David Martin Foundation (SDMF) is a non-profit organisation created in 1990 by the late Governor of NSW, who had a dream of “safety, hope and opportunity for all young Australians”.

SDMF is dedicated to helping young people in crisis. We fund effective programs to support young people struggling with issues such as substance addiction, homelessness, mental illness, disengagement from society, abuse, unemployment and family breakdown. These programs provide treatment and support, as well as assist young people in returning to education and training to find pathways to employment and a healthy, productive life.

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