Matthew Beasley

Queensland Ride 2019

Brightening the lives of seriously ill children and their families

On the 23rd March i will be joining 60 other business executives to cycle 1,000km in 7 days from Canberra to Melbourne across the Snowy Mountains and Victorian Alps to raise funds to brighten the lives of seriously ill children and their families.

This will be my 3rd Chain Reaction Challange and looking at the course will certainly include some serious uphill struggles and sore legs along the way. So why do it? The answer is simple ... to challenge yourself, test your own limits but most of all support two great childrens charities in the AEIOU Foundation for children with Autism and Ronald McDonald House.

Any support for these special childrens charities will be greatly appreciated and will go a long way to making a difference to the lives of sick children and their families.

thank you 


Thank you to my donors

Sam Beasley

Go for it ,Love Mum & Dad


Daniel Afonso

Well done Matt and good luck!


Norman Disney & Young


Workspace Dexus


Workspace Dexus


Jacqui Di Pasquale


Big Brother

younger brother I am always inspired by your desire to give yourself a sore arse and raise money for a great cause. enjoy the ride ….Andy



All the very best, Matt!



Dexus $for$ matching - ride safe Matt!


Built Qld Pty Ltd

Well done Matt. All the best.


Christopher Blue

Well done Matt.


Mckenzie Group Consulting (qld) Pty Ltd


Matthew Austin

Well done again Matt for your efforts supporting this cause. Enjoy the mountain air!


Michael Kwok


Jim Neal

You love those Kuta loops Bomber


Craig Robertson


Campbell Tait

Good luck Matt.


David Bell

Great to see you mounting the bike again for this great cause.


Mark Hargraves


Lloyd Goves

Good stuff matt, great cause.


Deb Bishop

Go Matt... ride like the wind.. !! :-)


Peter Morley



Keep reaching for the Rainbow!


Isabella & Chloe Beasley

Go Dad. You rock and we are proud of you


Daniel Barrett

You're a champion Matty!


Zhenya Birch

You are an inspiration Matt B. I'll be thinking of your sore legs at the end of March, and wish you all the best.


Matthew Beasley