Saturday April 6th 2024
Tas Bike Collective Cycle Challenge is about having fun, challenging yourself, all while raising money for a great cause. You can enter in teams, in pairs or as an individual to attempt as many laps as you can over 3 hours.
Entry is simple and affordable at $30 per adult rider (18+) and $15 per junior rider under the age of 18.
It is being held on private property at the Baskerville Raceway in southern Tas, offering a fully enclosed course, that is spectator and beginner rider friendly.
To help you get a handle on what the event is all about and plan for the day, we have put together the following information for competitors.
Every team or individual who enters will automatically be given a fundraising page and be supported to raise much needed funds for the Tasmanian Bike Collective. We ask that you share this page with your networks to help support young people making positive changes to their lives through our programs.
Using the medium of bikes, the TasBC establish local workshops to support young people dealing with a wide range of challenges. In particular, the aim is to help those who may be struggling in conventional learning environments to rebuild confidence, take on challenges, recognise the skills they do have and develop new ones.
Every day in our programs we see increased resilience, growth in communication, improvements in work readiness and capacity to focus. The Bike Collective also helps young people work towards earning their own bikes and get out riding more.
Everything raised through the event will get spent locally in Tasmania, supporting young people through our programs.
If you want to jump on board and be part of this event or support a rider who is fundraising, visit our Fundraising Portal or About Page to learn more.
Ready to get involved? Visit our entry page and follow the links to enter today!
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or issues entering. Once entered you will be allocated a team/individual fundraising page. We ask that you share this page with your networks to help support the young people making positive changes to their lives through our programs.Enter Now →