Cycling for 12 hours, sure it sounds crazy – but so is hearing the words “your child has cancer”
Endure for a Cure is Children's Cancer Institute's unforgettable 12-hour cycling challenge raising vital funds for childhood cancer research. Since 2014, the event has raised $1.8 million for our research which has made an extraordinary impact in getting us closer to one day curing all kids of cancer.
This event is the ultimate test of physical endurance and mental toughness. Held at the iconic Sydney Motorsport Park, it is a 4km traffic-free circuit track making it safe and fun for all skill levels!
Riders can join a team or an individual and compete on the 4km Gardner GP Circuit to complete as many laps as possible in 12 hours while fundraising to help find a cure. In true MotoGP style, pitlane will be fully equipped with everything you need to get you through.
There are prizes up for grabs for the highest fundraisers, most laps ridden and fastest lap ridden along with plenty of incentives to help you along the way.
Whether you’re a weekday commuter or a weekend cyclist this is event is for you!
Want to be part of this iconic ride? It's easy in three simple steps:
- Register today to secure your spot.
- Set up your fundraising page to start raising funds for kids with cancer.
- Spread the word to your networks and start fundraising now.
Not a cyclist? We need plenty of enthusiastic volunteers to help us cheer on the riders throughout the 12 hour ride, or, make a donation to support children living with cancer.