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How do I register for the MACA Cancer 200 Ride for Research?
Registering is easy. Click HERE , fill out the form, pay the registration fee and we will be in touch to get you on your fundraising journey.
When is the ride?
The MACA Cancer 200 Ride for Research in 2020 will be leaving and returning to the Optus Stadium, on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th October.
How far is the ride?
Starting at Optus Stadium you will ride approximately 100kms to Hall Park in Mandurah. There you will enjoy food, drinks, speeches, tears and laughter before camping overnight and returning to Optus Stadium the following day.... Yep that is another 100kms! which makes 200kms (almost).....
Where do we sleep?
To get the most out of the whole experience and really absorb the emotion and fun of the weekend, we encrouage all riders to camp in Mandurah on the evening. We provide 1 tent per person (but you can share), hot showers, toilets, amazing catering and there's a bar, the "HANDLEBAR" to be exact. We organise transport for all your camping equipment and personal belongings. It is best experience and the best way to get the most out of all of your hard work and effort.
We do understand, however, that camping is not possible for everyone and there are many nearby accommodation options. If you do decide to sleep off site, you are more than welcome to leave your bike in the secure facilities at Hall Park overnight.
Is there support along the ride route?
Yes! Traffic management, food and drink stops, toilets, bike mechanics, cheering stations and first aid are all provided along the route free of charge to help get you to the finish line safely and with a smile!
We have dedicated teams making sure you are well looked after across the whole weekend.
Will there be a challenge route?
Yes! Like 2019, there will be a challenge route for the super keen cyclists. It will be hilly and it will be hard but that's why it is there, right?
Stay tuned we will be announcing the challenge route soon.
What if I get injured?
An ambulance and first aid crew are on hand for the entire event so you will always have support should you need it. We also have vehicles on hand to transport you and your bike to various stages along the way should you just need a little support.