Forming a team with friends and family is a great way to share the MACA Cancer 200 Challenge training and fundraising duties.
Being part of a team means you’ll have more motivation to go that extra step, equally the support of a brains-trust to assist you with your fundraising ideas.
The MACA Cancer 200 Challenge's community teams are groups of individuals from the community coming together with one common goal, to help fight cancer. Community teams come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life. You might form a team that includes local sports club mates, cycle club enthusiasts, extended families, or your close friends – the options are endless.
Forming a community team starts with asking someone to join you. Remember, asking someone to ride with you will be more powerful if you have already signed up. Once you have registered as a team captain, you’ll also have access to fundraising and event tools designed to make your life easier.
With COVID-19 restrictions it is important to adhere to social distancing on and off the bike. Group riding is permitted, in a peloton of which size can be safely managed within the current road conditions and regulations.