Lifecycle Team Challenge

The Lifecycle Teams Challenge asks you to get a group together to see how many kilometres you can accrue on a spin bike over a four-hour period on the afternoon of Friday 13 October 2017
This ride is for those with a need to satisfy their competitive streak! The Lifecycle Teams Challenge asks you to get a group together to see how many kilometres you can accrue on a spin bike over a four-hour period on the afternoon of Friday 13 October 2017. The bikes will be set up on a grid formation on the Garema Place chessboard. It is guaranteed to be heaps of fun, whilst raising your heart rate for our great cause.
Cost $400 per team. Sign up.

Lifecycle Team Challenge Event Schedule

Friday 13th October 2017

1:00PM – Lifecycle Community Ride event open

5:00PM – Lifecycle Community Ride finishes

*Times to be confirmed and will be updated

FAQ

No, the Lifecycle team have organised for static bikes to be set up in Garema Place.

No, as the Lifecycle team are organising the bikes this will be based on the number of teams that are registered before the event.

Yes, please present to the registration desk. The Lifecycle team will then direct you to your team bike.

The cost for a team is $400.00, you can have as may people on your team as you like. The only restriction is that all individuals are registered to your team.

This year the focus is raising money to cover the costs of the Patient Transport Program. It costs the Leukaemia Foundation approx $17,500.00 per year to transport the ACT / Southern NSW patients.

This service is specifically designed to relieve the pressure faced by people with blood cancer who are transport disadvantaged. That is, if they have limited private transport options, such as the carer in the family having to return to work. During treatment, a person’s immune system is severely weakened, so catching public transport can be dangerous due to possible infections. It also ensures patients arrive at appointments safely and on-time, as well as providing a friendly kind face to greet them.