Ride 4 Research for rare ovarian cancer research.

12 riders taking on 900 km in 9 days from Canberra to Melbourne, raising vital funds and awareness for rare ovarian cancer.

Ride for Ovarian Cancer

Dedicated supporters and cyclists will make the trek from the Capital to Melbourne, raising vital funds and awareness for ovarian cancer.Opening up to WIN News about their motivation, and how their families have been touched by rare forms of the disease.Channel 8 & 80(HD) | #WINNews

Posted by WIN News Canberra on Friday, 29 April 2022

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.

Ride 4 Research April 30 to May 8 2022

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.

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