Chloe James

I’m riding to beat cancer

There isn’t a single person I know that hasn’t been touched by cancer. Whether it’s through a loved one, friend, family member or it’s much more personal, cancer is a terrible burden.

As you may know, my dad passed away from cancer, and the impact of this disease on our lives has been profound. In honour of his memory and to support others affected by cancer, I’m tackling the MACA Cancer 200 Ride for the Perkins this October.

This cause is incredibly important to me, not only because of my personal experience but also because I believe in the power of research to make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer. By supporting cancer research, we're not just funding scientific studies; we're providing hope to patients and their families, and we're working towards a future where cancer is no longer a devastating diagnosis.

I prioritize my health and well-being, and I'm looking forward to the physical and mental challenge of cycling 200km. But more than that, I'm motivated by the opportunity to contribute to something bigger than myself – a cause that has the potential to change lives.

These WA researchers are committed to finding answers faster and developing ground-breaking treatments for the hardest to treat cancers.

Because no one should have to hear those two life-altering words, “It’s cancer.”

I’m training, fundraising and riding 200km to support WA cancer research. But I’m not doing it alone, there’s a growing group of riders who return year after year to this ride. They do so not only because it’s lifechanging but because the event feels like a big reunion - where all the guests are the family you love!

I’d be so grateful for your support.

If you can’t join me (I’d love the company), please give generously to my fundraising page.

Together, we can help make cancer history.

Your Impact

So far this year I helped provide...



Hours of Research

$759 Raised since 2019

Thank you to my Sponsors


James Li


Elizabeth Moreno

Hi Chloe, Good on you for raising funds for such a worthwhile cause. Cancer is a beast. Thank you for helping others, and well done for taking on such a physical and mental challenge.


Nicholas Wood


Amitesh Prasad

All the best Chloe.


Craig Reilly


Denver Wood

Well done for taking this on, Chloe. All of the best in conquering 200kms.


Luke Bulmer

Your an inspiration to others Chloe, well done!


Chloe James