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Stay tuned for information on next years Remembrance Bike Ride via our website. Calling all pedal pushers - get ready to ride! Whether you're in it for a fun day out, or to achieve a personal best, make every second on the course count by fundraising as part of your ride. The Ride will take place on the 26th - 28th of April. The riding kit includes jersey, nicks and wind vest and head buff. Pay on registration. You can also purchase extra branded gear including socks, cap and thermal jacket.
These items are not included in the cost and can be purchased when registering. We will set up the groups later as required depending on numbers and abilities. There will be a small ceremony leaving the memorial.
Our aim is to ride through the inner city with minimal traffic, that's why it's an early start! We have chosen to ride the same route as , which takes us on Parramatta Road and then onto Old Canterbury Road, through to Liverpool. Groups 1 and 2 will have a Challenge Stage which will add another 40km. This is the shortest ride of the event and usually the most enjoyable. We will meet Victoria Police at Eaglehawk.
In previous years, many riders' families have made the trip to watch them ride into Canberra and then take them home. Trains and buses do also run from Canberra. There will be a short ceremony at 2pm. You are welcome to bring your friends and families, there will be lunch provided. What's left to do?
Then you can create your online fundraising account and get started! Morgan Hill was a Constable at the Eastern Beaches Command who took his own life after a battle with depression. This scholarship was created in Morgan's name and awards two iPads to high school aged legatees to assist with their studies.