Raised for this tour: $2,017,270.38

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Signature Tour 2017 - it's a wrap

Congratulations to everyone who participated, donated or supported our journey from Hotham to Hobart. We couldn't have done it without you. Thank you!

If you haven't donated and would like to do so, there's still time to make a difference. 

Every dollar counts in our mission to cure and prevent cancer. 


A team of 170 riders, support crew and our wonderful friends at Channel 7 took 9 days to ride 1,270kms from Hotham to Hobart, raising vital funds to cure and prevent cancer. Thank you for your energy, passion and commitment.

Everywhere we went, we were overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and support we received from the local communities we visited across Victoria and Tasmania. 

On behalf of the team, we'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who cheered us on roadside or donated to our cause. Your generosity and support helped us to reach the finishing line in Hobart. Thank you!

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Every night on tour, we donated $10,000 to a local cancer project where access to support or treatment is often limited. These funds make a huge difference to regional communities. 

Thanks to you and the support of our amazing corporate partners, we were able to donate to the following local cancer projects during Signature Tour 2017:  

  • At Hotham on Thursday 23 March, $15,000 was presented to Camp Quality to fund a family camp in Mt Hotham.
  • At Lakes Entrance on Friday 24 March, a cheque for $10,000 was presented to Bairnsdale Regional Health Hospital to purchase palliative care beds and chairs.
  • In Sale on Saturday 25 March, $10,000 was presented to the Central Gippsland Health Services to fund home-care equipment for people living with cancer, so they can continue to manage and function at home with the support of the palliative care team.
  • On Monday, 27 March in Inverloch, $10,000 was presented to the OTIS Foundation, which provides retreat accommodation for those dealing with the challenges of breast cancer.
  • On Tuesday, 28 March in Melbourne, $10,000 was presented to the Melanoma Institute to educate children on the importance of being sun safe and having regular skin checks.
  • On Wednesday 29 March in Launceston, $10,000 was presented to Camp Quality to fund a family camp in Swansea.
  • On Thursday 30 March in St Helens, $10,000 was presented to the Leukaemia Foundation to fund a Cooking for Chemo program, which caters for the specific dietary requirements of people undergoing chemotherapy.
  • On Friday 31 March in Swansea, $10,000 was presented to the Cancer Council to erect sun shades in Swansea.
 Thank you. Together we are making a difference!

The Route

The Route

We travelled 1,270kms in 9 days through stunning VIC and TAS.

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