Help me support kids in need
Chain Reaction is the Ultimate Corporate Bike Challenge that raises money for sick children by challenging senior executives who have a passion for cycling and an awareness of their corporate social responsibilities, to ride a 1,000 plus kilometre course in 7 days.
In 2020, the ride is on 21-27 March in Tasmania. It runs from Hobart to Launceston, via Bruny Island, Cradle Mountain and Devonport, with a hill or two in between. Over 15,000 vertical metres in the week.
Funds raised from this event will support major charity partner Starlight Children's Foundation.
Starlight Children’s Foundation has been a Chain Reaction supported charity since the ride’s foundation in 2007. Funds from Chain Reaction Challenge help SCF to operate the Starlight Express Room 7 days a week at the Sydney Children’s Hospital in Randwick. The Starlight Express Room is the place where kids can forget about being sick in hospital and just be kids. No doctors. No treatments. Just play.
Please support my efforts on the bike with a donation and be part of changing the lives of kids in need!
3 Peaks in the bag!
Longest "training" ride before Tassie completed on Sunday 8th March. 235km with major climbs over the Victorian ski resports of Mount Hotham and Falls Creek, both in fog, some rain and temps as low as 4 degrees. Double the climbing in one day that we will do in any one day in Tassie, so a significant marker. Bring on the Apple Isle!