The inaugural Life Ride, proudly supported the Leukaemia Foundation in a new multi-stage visual feast held over three days, barrelling through the undulating Margaret River region.

Life Ride was professionally powered by Tour de Cure. In November 2019, we saw a team of 50 (riders and support crew) ride 300-450 km over 3 stages, exploring the best Western Australia has to offer.

Funds raised will be awarded to 2 major Leukaemia Foundation projects. The team shared Tour de Cure's ‘Be Fit, Be Healthy, Be Happy’ cancer prevention message with 2,000 kids in Western Australia.

Life Ride was a magnificent event and was perfect for roadies, more casual club riders and those new to the sport. We rode as a group to the finish, supporting each other towards a shared goal of beating blood cancer.

Check out the photos!

Where does the money go?

Funds raised will see 2 Leukaemia Foundation projects brought to LIFE. In addition to this Tour de Cure donated 2 x $10,000 local cancer grants in the Margaret River region.

Thank you for your generous support!

Ride safe

While cycling is a great sport and lots of fun, cycling on public roads is a potentially dangerous activity which carries risks. We want you to ride safe and enjoy riding in a bunch. 

Leukaemia Foundation Life Ride logo

$285,712.50 funds raised

Tour information

When: 24th - 26th November 2019

Where: Busselton and Margaret River region, including Cape Leeuwin, Cape Naturaliste and stunning WA wine country

300 - 450 km over 3 stages