This event is in the past.
Cancer Voices SA will host a CHALLENGE RIDE on October 26th, following the same routes as our previous highly successful Challenge and LiveStrong Day rides. This challenge ride is FREE and those who are up to a challenge ride through the Adelaide Hills are welcome to register. Show your support for the work we do and WEAR YELLOW or your Cancer Voices SA jersey.
The event will commence at 8:00 am at Kensington Gardens Reserve and comprise your choice of 3 Challenge rides (67km, 35km, 20km) that loop into the Adelaide hills and return to the start. Decide which Challenge ride you wish to do and then click on the "Register Now" button to enter your details.
Download the A4 poster if you would like to promote this to your friends.
You can check out photos of previous challenge rides or our inaugural 2011 Challenge Ride video.
NB. Please be aware that you will need to carry your own food, water and bike repair supplies appropriate for the route you choose to ride, as there will not be mechanical support vehicles, a sag-wagon, or food and water stops organised along any of the routes.
Refreshments (water, coffee, food etc) will be available for purchase at the start and finish at Kensington Gardens Oval.
The CANCER VOICES SA CHALLENGE RIDE is an open road event.
You will be required to read , agree to and sign a waiver and bring on the day before you participate in the ride .
If you are under 18 years old you will be required to have a parent/guardian read , agree to and sign this child waiver and bring on the day before you participate in the ride .
You will be sharing the road with traffic. SA Road rules apply including riding no more than two abreast and then only when safe to do so. See more in Group Riding Tips.
There will be a rider information & safety briefing 10 mins prior to the start.
Anyone participating in the Cancer Voices Challenge Ride event does so at their own risk of injury, loss of life or damage to property. Cyclists participating in community generated events should have their own cycling specific insurance.
If the Bureau of Meteorology forcast for extreme weather conditions on the day then the organiser will determine if the event is to be modified or cancelled.