Bravehearts has launched a pedal to the metal, marathon racing, sweat forming fundraising calendar for 2014.
Tailored to suit a range of skills, from the avid fitness fanatic to the adventurous at heart, the two events planned will bring out the best in you – all you have to do is take the challenge.
The events aim to build confidence and boost community spirit while demonstrating a commitment to the Bravehearts mission.
It’s a powerful platform for individuals and teams to extend themselves while raising much needed funds to help Bravehearts continue delivery of its range of education, counselling and case management services for children and their families affected by child sexual assault.
They call it the ‘race of truth’, nowhere to hide just you, your bike and the clock. It takes a brave heart to ride a time trial.
Join ORICA-GreenEDGE representatives and supporters of child protection in a 43km replica pro time trial, raising money for Aussie kids.
The Bravehearts Time Trial is as close as you will ever come to competing in a pro cycling event from the ramp start to the motorcycle cameras and timing gates.
This is a race for the growing number of serious cyclists who are taking up the sport and want to test themselves against some of the best riders in Australia.
When: 30 November 2014
Where: Samford Valley, Moreton Bay, QLD
What: A 43km replica pro time trial raising funds for Australian children
The Bravehearts 777 – 7 marathons in 7 states in 7 days, is a heart-pounding, exhilarating challenge which will see competitors run marathons in Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Melbourne, Hobart, Bilambil and Gold Coast.
Led and mentored by three-time Uncle Toby’s Ironman series winner Guy Andrews, athletes will run close to 300 kilometres in one week.
The 777 event is not just for the avid fitness fanatic but those who are up for the challenge of a lifetime.
You can choose to run or walk the event and can do so individually or as part of a team.
When: 29 June 2015 - 5 July 2015
Where: Commencing in Perth - Finishing in Gold Coast
What: Athletes will run 7 marathons in 7 states in 7 days