14 Mar 2020
After great success over the past two years and an overwhelming show of support from the local council and community, the MSWA Albany Ride is set to return for another year.
This unique, family-friendly event now includes four ride distances to cater for people of all ages and capabilities. It follows some of the most beautiful scenery in the Great Southern region, starting and finishing at Emu Point, Albany.
The routes will take riders through scenic Albany and the various courses explore some of its’ most iconic spots including the National ANZAC Centre, the Historic Whaling Station, the Wind Farm and Middleton Beach – the new 135-kilometre Challenge heads all the way to Denmark and back!
There are four ride distances to suit everyone, including families, beginners, weekend warriors and experienced amateur cyclists – 10-kilometre Family Ride, 40-kilometre Ride, 80-kilometre Challenge and New 135-kilometre Challenge.
The event allows participants to not only experience the stunning region, but also help make a real difference to people living with neurological conditions in the Great Southern region. This includes people living with multiple sclerosis, stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Motor Neurone Disease and acquired Brain Injury, to name a few.
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Early bird registrations close 19 February 2020;
Standard registrations close 11 March 2020;
On the day registrations available.
14 Mar 2020