We’re already into day 4 of the South West Bike Trek with our 12 riders clocking in more than 200km to help raise vital funds for child cancer research.
The team are almost half way through their 600km journey across WA’s iconic South West region which ends in Augusta on Saturday.
Several schools have also joined in on their journey, including St Joseph’s School in Waroona and Harvey Primary School who brought along 65 kids and the school principal for the ride.
It’s important to eat well when cycling such great distances so the beautiful afternoon tea from the wonderful ladies of the Business and Professional Women’s Association was kindly appreciated, as well as a spot of lunch in Waroona provided by Lions Club of Waroona.
Rotary and Lions Club of Harvey shared their generosity by hosting the riders for the evening, which is where the South West Bike Trek first started in 2002.
The event has raised close to $700,000 for child cancer research projects over 16 years. Make sure you follow our Facebook page to keep up to date with the latest videos.
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South West Bike Trek 2018 from Keep the Flame Alive on Vimeo.