Ride from Perth to Mandurah, camp overnight and head back the next day.
Train throughout the year to take on 200km in two days with hundreds of other riders.
Raise $2500 for cancer research in Perth at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Saturday 26 & Sunday 27 October 2019
We ride for those who are living with cancer and to remember those who are no longer with us.
The MACA Cancer 200 is a two-day, 200-kilometre, round-trip, road ride. Every rider makes a significant contribution by fundraising $2500 to help cancer research at Perth’s Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
"Eight years ago I was diagnosed with and ultimately survived, non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Only 12 months later my wife was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Then again two years ago I was diagnosed with cancer, and have been in remission for eight months. Our story demonstrates that cancer research does allow people like my wife and me another opportunity at life. I ride in the hope the money I raise for the Perkins allows other people to survive and live cancer free."
// RYAN DUNHAM
"Our story is about two mates who had known each other since early high school in the mid-80s.
Eight years ago one of them discovered that he had throat cancer, and this husband and father of two young children faced the very grim journey of treatment and recovery. The other mate, feeling quite helpless about it all, saw an ad on TV for the Ride and signed himself up to raising $2,500 and riding 200km in two days back in 2011. The great news is that after going through hell and back with the chemo and radiation treatment, it was successful!"
// TEAM MAMILS
"We ride for fun and for fitness and team building.
It’s a chance to contribute to a great cause with your colleagues."
// Team Iluka
MACA Mining Services has been the principle partner for the ride for the past 7 years. Fielding the largest team, MACA is personally responsible for raising over $10m for cancer research. They are an organisation that lives their values. They believe in giving back to the community in which they live and work. Being personally touched by cancer in their workforce, MACA rides for the cause and for a cure.