About the Schools Challenge
Challenging your Schools strength for 5 hours seems like nothing when compared to being challenged to fight childhood cancer.
Endure for a Cure Schools challenge is a 5 hour cycling event allowing students to put their physical and mental strength to the test and ride alongside our inspiring 12 hour cycling teams.
This motivating cycling event is held at the iconic Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek. Schools compete against each other to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research.
Students in year 10, 11 and 12, are welcome to ride in a safe, traffic-free environment to help find a cure for kids with cancer.
Teams from participating schools will take on the Gardner GP Circuit, testing their fitness and endurance to ride as many laps as they can in 5 hours and gain the highest amount of fundraising. In true MotoGP style, pit lane will be fully equipped with bike mechanics, first aid and everything your students’ need to get you through.
Prizes and certificates will be awarded to those participating schools who ride the most amount of laps and who fundraise the highest amount.
Does your School want to be a part of this iconic ride? It's easy, simply:
- Email your interest to the Endure for a Cure Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We will then create your School Team page and send the link to your teacher.
- Your teacher will provide students with the link to register and join the team.
- Then spread the word to your family and friends, get training and start fundraising!
Schools packs and permission notes are provided. All you have to do is register your school and start your fundraising, we’ll take care of the rest!