MAMILS - Middle Aged Men in Lycra 2024

  • We're on a mission to defeat cancer

    Cancer has taken so much from us. Whether it is a loved one, family member, friend or closer to home, cancer is relentless.

    We want to put a stop to cancer by riding 200kms to raise vital funds for cancer research right here in WA.

    The funds we raise will go to the brilliant minds at the Perkins who are committed to !nding breakthroughs that will lead to improved health outcomes for those aected by the hardest-to-treat diseases.

    Hearing the words “it’s cancer” is heart-wrenching. But with Perkins researchers, we are determined to eliminate the fear and uncertainty that cancer brings.

    On Saturday 12 October and Sunday 13 October 2024, we will pedal alongside my fellow riders who share the dream of making cancer non-lethal. Your support can turn this dream into reality.

    Many riders return every year because they know that the funds we raise go back to the Perkins. It is also a worst kept secret that the Ride is the friendliest cycling charity event in Australia. Why not join us in making a difference?

    Whether you join us on the Ride or contribute to my fundraising page, your generous support matters.

    Together, we can conquer cancer.

  • Your Impact

    So far this year we helped provide...

    5

    Microscope

    Hours of Research

Thank you to our Sponsors

Breakthrough Donor

$212

Gavan Jacob

What an Achievement!
Cheering you on mate.

$115

Gavan Jacob

So proud of you!

$115

Chad Matheson

So proud of you!

$110

Debbie Collins

So proud of you!

$105.50

Mark Littlepage

Amazing efforts Gav as always and a cause close to my heart. Go well my friend. Cheers

So proud of you!

$101

Chad Matheson

You're a busy man Chad, but you've got this!

So proud of you!

$100

Thiess

So proud of you!

$100

Friend Referral

So proud of you!

$100

Thiess

So proud of you!

$100

Friend Referral

So proud of you!

$70

C-sweet Networking Ride

So proud of you!

$31

Stephen O'toole

Hey Gav, good luck mate. Hope you are well. Stephen

So proud of you!