About

The Ride

The MACA Cancer 200, Ride for Research is a 200km journey, raising vital funds for cancer research right here in WA. 

This two-day, 200km journey is fully supported and includes tents, hot showers, amazing catering, entertainment and more.

Join us and make a difference for cancer research on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 October 2022! 

How it works 

1. Register 

Officially register for the MACA Cancer 200 - Ride for Research here

2. Fundraise  

The minimum fundraising amount is $2500 per rider. But don't worry - we;re here to help you every step of the way! 

3. Train  

200km packs a punch, so you'll want to ease your way into it.

4. Ride  

You will ride 200km over two days, starting at Optus Stadium and heading down to Mandurah's Ride Village for an overnight stay before returning the next day.

5. Celebrate  

While we're always celebrating before, during and after the Ride, your dedicated Saturday Night Celebrations are a chance for you to celebrate the people we love, the people we meet along the way, and thank our tired and aching legs - all before the return trip on the second day! 

6. Smash it   

If you raise $4000 or more, you join our very exclsuive VIP club, The Honour Roll.

REWARDS

Throughout your Ride experience, you will be encouraged to collect badges for doing certain simple actions. Each badge unlocks a reward that, when combined, creates a Ride pack designed to keep you safe and offer relief from the elements whilst you ride.


WHO RIDES? 

The MACA Cancer 200 welcomes riders of all shapes, fitness levels and backgrounds. The only thing that all riders have in common is that they are riding for a cancer free future. 

To learn more about who will be joining you on the journey meet your ambassadors here

Or simply take a look at your fellow riders here 

WHAT ELSE? 

As an official MACA Cancer 200 rider, you're taking part in a fully supported event. This means that your safety, food and accommodation is all taken care of by us!

All you need to worry about is your training and fundraising target. We'll take care of the rest. 

Got questions? Check out the FAQ page. 

Still not convinced? Learn more about what the MACA Cancer 200 is funding at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research!