Since 2009, we have continually provided support to charities, non-profits and community organisations, locally, nationally and internationally. Over the years we’ve arranged for our racks to be used in silent auctions, as raffle prizes, in sporting competitions and countless organisations seeking assistance.
Launched in 2009, the Act Belong Commit Dwellingup 100 has quickly become WA’s largest one day mountain bike race, attracting plenty of newcomers and novices plus some of Australia’s best riders.
Sepheo works with children living and begging on the streets in Maseru, Lesotho’s capital. Our vision isExcellence out of Poverty; that Lesotho’s Poorest will Become Lesotho’s Best. We know it’s audacious, but we believe it’s possible. Sepheo is the local word for purpose.
Since 2000, Breast Cancer Care WA has provided specialist breast care nursing, counselling, and financial support to women and men affected by breast cancer, as well as their partners and families, throughout the WA community.
A place of comfort and compassion where children can receive expert clinical care while experiencing the simple joys of being a child with their families at their side savouring their time together.
is the peak national medical and scientific body in Australia for diabetes. Their mission is to prevent diabetes and its complications; provide excellence in education for health professionals; promote collaboration, research and education; work with other organisations committed to improve diabetes treatment.
Their Community Development projects recognise that the greatest power for lasting change in poor communities, rests with the communities themselves.
is a proudly independent, membership-based, not-for-profit organisation focused on representing their members and improving riding conditions.They are self-funded through the support of their members, event participants and partners.
Perkins has grown to become one of the nation’s leading adult medical research centres, where a close knit team of more than 450 research and trial staff work together to defeat the major diseases that impact our community.
Held annually with riders raising funds and awareness for Youth Focus. While cycling through WA towns, the riders visit high schools to engage and inform students on issues of youth suicide, depression, anxiety and self-harm, as well as the services that Youth Focus provides.
Leading the fight against Type 1 Diabetes by funding research to cure, treat and prevent the disease. They drive innovation, demand action and stand with everyone facing life with Type 1 Diabetes.
is a national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24 hour crisis support and suicide prevention services. Lifeline provides a little bit of space to think, to feel safe and to be heard.
Promotes a commitment to ridding the world of cancer, their ride is life changing. Riders take on the personal challenge of riding 200km in two days to fight cancer and support medical research at the Perkins.
The MSWA Ocean Ride – Powered by Retravision is a unique community cycling event that takes riders along Western Australia’s beautiful coastline, all while raising vital funds for people living with all neurological conditions in WA.
Created and designed as a fun way to brand and inspire training for the World Transplant Games.
is Western Australia’s specialist paediatric hospital and trauma centre, providing medical care to children and adolescents up to 16 years of age. The 298-bed hospital provides treatment for the most serious medical cases, as well as secondary services including inpatient, outpatient and day-stay care.
is a broad based community organisation dedicated to reducing the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men, their partners and families.
was created in 2008 as a “mega-event” fundraiser in support of The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, Ontario. It’s an annual charity fundraiser held in various locations across Canada and Australia.
supports the ever-changing needs of seriously ill children and their families. When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness, it impacts the whole family. Lives can be turned upside down. That’s why we provide a range of programs to help families stay together and close to the care they need.
joins leaders in business, community and government to sleep without shelter on one of the longest nights of the year, to help change the lives of Australians experiencing homelessness.
Delivers frontline services and education programs to reduce symptoms associated with suicide, depression, anxiety and self-harm, but also to build long-term mental wellbeing to help young people reach their full potential. They engage with communities to educate and build awareness about youth mental health issues and suicide prevention, delivering education programs in schools and communities across WA.
They’re a charitable organisation that has been helping people for the past 140 years, providing funding and programs to help social enterprises and community organisations taking a fresh approach to complex social issues and creating jobs and opportunities for those who need it most.
For more than 35 years they’ve supported women who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing family and domestic violence. Zonta House provides refuge and transitional accommodation, holistic support services and education to women over the age of 18.
The Red Sky Ride (RSR) is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the supportive care and services delivered by Solaris Cancer Care. Mirroring the cancer journey, the Red Sky cyclists band together, covering more than 600 kilometres over four days, testing their physical and emotional strength.
Trail Bliss is a women’s only mountain bike festival focused on getting more women on bikes, keeping active and challenging themselves. With a heavy focus on coaching, confidence and skill progression the festival will cater for all levels of riding experience.