Riding for a cause.

Every two hours, someone loses their life to blood cancer. Lifecycle is a community cycling event in its fourth year that raises awareness of the essential work of the Leukaemia Foundation and is raising funds towards the operation of a purpose-built Village in Canberra that will provide care and accommodation for patients from the ACT/NSW region, the John James Foundation is covering the construction costs. The Lifecycle Event Series consists of two events; ‘Lifecycle’ which is held around the shores of Lake Burley Griffin (Saturday 24 October 2015); and the ‘Lifecycle Regional Ride’, held over ten days and touring through regional southern NSW towns.

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Lifecycle 2015 Event

Lifecycle Community Ride – a picturesque ride around the central basin (‘two-bridges’) and/or west basin loop of Canberra’s iconic Lake Burley Griffin, whilst taking in the event HQ atmosphere.  Great for social riders, families, and those aiming to achieve a personal distance challenge. 24 October 2015. READ MORE

Lifecycle Teams Challenge – this one is for those with a need to satisfy their competitive streak!  Grab a team of friends and take part in our spin bike relay down at the Lifecycle event HQ.  24 October 2015. READ MORE

Lifecycle Regional Ride Event

Lifecycle Regional Ride – this is truly one for the bucket list! An amazing 10-day cycling tour throughout the back roads of beautiful regional NSW country. Thursday 15 October to Saturday 24 October 2015. READ MORE


Want to ride in the Lifecycle event series? Click here to learn more about registering yourself to ride for this awesome cause!


Every dollar counts, please donate to help raise awareness of the Leukaemia foundation and support the John James Village. Learn more here.


Lifecycle wouldn’t be the success it is without great volunteers. Get that warm fuzzy feeling and help out a great cause by volunteering, get in touch here.

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