Beretts' 10th Anniversary ride from Sydney to Geelong is complete!

2019 was Beretts' 10th Anniversary ride with the Signature Tour, and we’ve celebrated many milestones on this ride.

  • Mark Beretta’s 10th ride
  • $50 million raised since 2007 - 2019
  • $10 million raised in the 2019 financial year
  • Over $3 million raised for Signature Tour alone

We travelled from Sydney to Kiama, before heading inland to tackle the scenic and beautiful country towns from Canberra to Corryong, before experiencing Central Victoria. It was some of the toughest riding with elevation, rain, wind and long days in the saddle, but the team were inspired by incredible stories along the way.

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The Tour may be over, but we won't stop until we find a cure

We've travelled 1400kms, climbed 16,000m, donated to 9 different regional cancer projects and raised over $3m for cancer research. We have also laughed, cried and helped each other on this amazing 9 day journey to become an even closer family united by one thing: finding a cure for cancer.

Thank you to all our riders, volunteers, families, corporate partners, local communities, donors and everyone who has followed the journey. 

Tour de Cure events are all about inclusion and creating a community of people who are passionate about one thing: curing cancer!

If you want to be part of Tour de Cure's Signature Tour, Save the Date 15 July 2019 for the announcement and opening of registration for Signature Tour 2020 - Where and when will you be going?

Check out why Tony 'Plugger' Lockett joined us on Tour

Settle in - 20 minutes of highlights from 2019

$3,163,361.07 funds raised

Tour Information

When: 3 - 11 May 2019

Where: Sydney – Canberra – Shepparton - Geelong

1,400 km, 16,238 elevation

See the route
Beretts' 10th Signature Tour 2019 was a challenging one for the whole team.

  • Explore the Route
  • With thanks to our partners
  • Tour de Cure is a registered charity supported by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. Consent and Park Use Fees have been waived and we thank National Parks and Wildlife for their support.