If you like a good challenge for a worthy cause then get down to Sydney on September 10th and join the world’s first mass participation Everest cycling event to raise funds for Cancer Council. Participants can choose one of 3 events as a solo rider, an EVEREST 8848 (solo full Everest, 235km), EVEREST 4424 (solo half Everest, 118km), or EVEREST 2212 (solo quarter Everest, 59km).
This unique challenge, set in the iconic and beautiful Royal National Park, offers you unparalleled support and services to reach the summit! Base Camp at Garie Beach is transformed into a Himalayan mountain village, with somewhere comfortable to rest, great food, great coffee, and a whole lot of fun. The 2.5 km climb to the summit is a floodlit, car-free, well paved road with spectacular views and great climbing. Join us on this Himalayan adventure as together we Ride Everest Outride Cancer!
If you’re interested, check out this website for further details, there are sure to be at least a few Armidale Cycling Club riders going so if you’re keen, ask around on Saturday.