It is with much regret that the Redkite team have decided to cancel this year’s Sea 2 Summit Cycling Challenge.
Though we received an amazing amount of support from riders, sponsors and volunteers, the recruited number of riders was unfortunately not enough to maximise fundraising and the associated support we would be able to provide to families on the cancer journey. We have therefore made the difficult decision to cancel the 2012 challenge.
Thank you to everyone who has so generously supported this event. This was not an easy decision, but, as always, we have to keep the best interests of the families of children and young people with cancer that we support in mind.
If you have any questions about the cancellation, please call Kate Brandon on 02 9219 4000 or email email@example.com
There are many other ways to support children and young people with cancer and their families and you can find out more about how to get involved with Redkite here.
Watch the video: 2010 Sea 2 Summit Cycling Challenge
About the Sea 2 Summit Cycling Challenge
The Sea 2 Summit Cycling Challenge covers 248 km, climbs a total of 5,500 m and traverses some of the most stunning landscapes in south-east Australia. The ride starts on the Sapphire Coast at Merimbula Beach, located about halfway between Melbourne and Sydney. It ends at the summit of Australia’s highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko.
Cyclists who participate in the Sea 2 Summit Cycling Challenge have different fitness levels and come from across the country and all walks of life. They all share a desire to make a valuable and lasting contribution to children and young people with cancer and are committed to fundraising for Redkite.
Together, Sea 2 Summit cyclists have raised over $500,000 to ensure children and young people with cancer, and their families, can access Redkite’s vital emotional, financial and education support services.