12 riders taking on 900 km in 9 days from Canberra to Melbourne, raising vital funds and awareness for rare ovarian cancer.
Professor @Peter Reaburn Ride 4 Research organiser and rider for his wife @Claire Reaburn the eldest in Australia diagnosed with Juvenile Granulosa Cell Tumour (JGCT) at 53 years old, @Stephen Mitchell riding for his daughter @Katelyn Mitchell who was diagnosed at 19 years old, Tasha Armour Founder and CEO of ROC Inc, her daughter @Mikayla Armour diagnosed at 16 years old and Dr @Simon Chu world leading researcher for Granulosa Cell Tumours (GCT) from the @Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne is also a rider. Each of them speak with Brooke from @WIN News Canberra sharing the story of how and why research and awareness is so important for the future.
The team has raised over $100,000 so far with a target of $150,000 to go towards vital research for Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT), a rare ovarian cancer.
Want to donate and help us reach our target click on the link below to support the team or a rider.