Why We Ride….. Katelyn was diagnosed with ovarian cancer at 19 years old.

Beginning on the 30 April 2022 riders from across Australia will be riding together to raise important funds for research into Granulosa Cell Tumours (GCT).

Ride 4 Research: You may ask why do they ride?

At just 19 years of age Katelyn was diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer called Granulosa Cell Tumour (GCT). By supporting this important initiative, you will be supporting research that could find important answers for possible treatments and diagnostic tools.

Katelyn would also like to extend further gratitude to her Father who is one of the 12 riders in the Ride for Research 2022. Riding 9 days from Canberra to Melbourne that’s over 900 km from April 30 to May 8 and raising vital funds for research for GCT. “He has been one of my main support systems from the beginning of my diagnosis, this ride is just another way he can help me and all others diagnosed with GCT.”

So please either donate by supporting one of our 12 riders or better still become a virtual rider from where you live.

Registrations now open

Simply click on the link to donate or register to be bring hope to all those affected by GCT.

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