Next month, five of our keen cyclists - Andrew Walsh, Brett Ebedes, Jeffrey Gibson, Lorenzo Margraf and Simon Peckitt will ride from Perth to Margaret River to support the Future2 Foundation. Their focus is on providing opportunities to disadvantaged young Australians - those who are socially or financially disadvantaged and aged between 12 and 25.
Future2 started in 2010 as a challenge by Ray Griffin to Peter Bobbin to raise money by cycling from Bourke to Sydney (1250km over 9 days). Since 2007, Future2 has awarded grants of over A$600,000, money that is transforming the lives of many young people in the community.
Look out for the Future2 Jersey and help us make a difference.
Part 1 ride details: Future2 Wheel Classic Part 1 - Perth to Margaret River
Part 2 ride details: Future2 Wheel Classic Part 2 - Margaret River to Perth
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