OAM Announcement

14 June 2021
Tour de Cure is proud and delighted to have three (3) recipients of the Order of Australia Medal:Geoff Coombes OAM, Co-Founder and Business Development Director.Bruno Maurel OAM, Founding and Current Chairman.Mark Beretta OAM, Board Member, Rider and Seven Network Presenter.  These are the first ever Tour de Cure (TDC) members to receive such honours, recognising their years of relentless work in funding cancer research, support and prevention.  Geoff Coombes was ... READ MORE >
OAM Announcement

SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

08 April 2021
SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure 140 riders and support crew from Tour de Cure have raised $435,000 through fundraising efforts over the last 12 months. This money will go directly to Cancer Research projects in South Australia. The 2021 Tour de Cure (TdC) SA Discovery Tour kicks off from Clare on Friday 9th April. The riders will cycle more than 400kms through South Australia’s Clare ... READ MORE >
SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

07 April 2021
South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure 140 riders and support crew from Tour de Cure have raised $435,000 through fundraising efforts over the last 12 months. This money will go directly to cancer research projects in South Australia.  The 2021 Tour de Cure (TdC) SA Discovery Tour kicks off from Clare on Friday 9th April. The riders will cycle around 400kms through South Australia’s ... READ MORE >
South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

Tour de Cure's Signature Tour 2021 - raising funds for cancer research

18 March 2021
Tour de Cure's 2021 Signature Tour is coming your way, 26 March – 1 April 2021 2021 Tour de Cure Signature Tour from Newcastle to Coffs Harbour via the New England region Riding to raise funds to end cancer with a fundraising goal of $2.5million 7 days, 900km, 10,870 elevation, 144 riders + support crew Big thanks to the City of Newcastle for being our Host City Sponsor On Friday ... READ MORE >
Tour de Cure's Signature Tour 2021 - raising funds for cancer research

Tour de Cure kicks off to raise vital funds for Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute

23 February 2021
MEDIA RELEASEFor immediate release Gerry is back fighting fit and determined to cure cancer Tour de Cure kicks off to raise vital funds for Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute 110 riders and support crew will overcome COVID restrictions to raise vital money for cancer research as part of the 2021 Tour de Cure (TdC) VIC Discovery Tour from Daylesford to Melbourne, via Ballarat and Ocean Grove. The riders will brave ... READ MORE >
Tour de Cure kicks off to raise vital funds for Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute