Redbackracing supporting Can4Cancer, Tour De Cure
As the 29th running of Targa Tasmania draws closer, the team at Redbackracing are proud to partner with Can4Cancer, a challenging 3-day cycling event in New South Wales.
Can4Cancer is a community initiative run by the Australian charity, Tour de Cure, which raises vital funds to support researchers working towards curing and preventing cancer.
Can4Cancer has been running for 7 years and this year aims to raise over $2 million dollars in much needed funds.
The team’s principal, Adam Spence, and his long-term navigator, Lee Challoner-Miles are both participating in this exciting and challenging event.
Since joining the board of Can4Cancer this year, Lee has been instrumental in the planning of the event and has helped bring more than 140 riders on board to ensure the $2 million target is met.
Every single dollar counts, and with your help we can be one step closer to reaching the $2 million goal.
Adam and Lee can both be sponsored for this challenging event by clicking below:
Adam – Click Here
Lee – Click Here
Adam and Lee, along with 140 other riders will take on the 375kms over 3 days, with more than 4600 meters of climbing.
The ride commences on the 16th of May 2021in Belmont in the NSW Hunter Valley, making its way to Sydney via Polkobin and Wisemans ferry, before finishing at the Can4Cancer festival at Commonwealth Banks newly opened South Eveleigh campus on the 18th of May 2021, where the riders will finish alongside 5000 walkers and runners who are participating in sister events.
Unfortunately, most of us have been impacted by cancer, whether it be us being directly impacted or through family or friends contracting the dreadful disease.
The team at Redbackraing were especially touched to hear of the untimely passing of motoring legend, Sabine Schmitz, who lost her three-year battle with cancer last month at the age of 51.
You can find out more about Can4Cancer and the event here:
Redbacking racing would like to take this opportunity to thank their sponsors, supporters and family for their ongoing support.