The Chamber of Minerals & Energy WA Perth to Laverton Cycling Classic

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OCEAN TO OUTBACK. A fully supported road cycling sojourn, taking in WA’s pristine wheat belt and eastern desert wilderness, embracing indigenous cultural exchanges, whilst fundraising for indigenous, youth and community cycling programs for the Laverton community: September 24th – 4th October 2022

“Ride the entire 8 days, or select the number of ride days you prefer, this event showcases what is best about supported road cycling (being able to ride long in a fully supported environment, not having to worry about any form of preparation on the day) and the WA outback (taking in the stark beauty of the WA outback by literally living and breathing the ‘bush’)”

Ride coordinator Sabine Bird

8 Days riding, averaging 151 km’s day
25 riders only
10 support staff
Accommodation, food and hospitality provided for each rider, Sept. 24th – Oct 4th 2022
Camping and cabin accommodation options available
3 month training option is provided and tailored to your fitness level
Single or multiple day ride options available if you cannot do the entire ride

THE CULTURAL EXPERIENCE

The ride offers an incredible cultural exchange with indigenous elders and community members daily. This is a cultural experience as much as a cycling one.

You will be meeting locals along the route who generously share stories of places and sites you will not find on most maps.

These locals are the Traditional Owners, the custodians who care for our country, who host us.

You can participate in conversations (or yarns) around the BBQs and bush camps, as our hosts share the meanings held in the country, traditions, oral history and more.

Immerse yourself in traditional Australian Indigenous culture from the several countries we pass through.

ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation blends a mixture of outback hospitality at local sites and camping, with rooms available at most sites (POA)

All camping sites are erected and provided, with comfortable bedding and amenities included

You will not be roughing it

All breakfast, lunch and evening meals are provided, along with food consumable for cycling along the way

camping

ROUTE

Day One: 163kms Perth-Moora

Day Two: 125kms Moora-Dalwallinu

Day Three: 137km’s Dalwallinu-Ningham Station

Day Four: 199kms Ningham Station-Mount Magnet

Day Five: 153kms Mount Magnet-Sandstone

Day Six: 152kms Sandstone-Leinster

Day Seven: 136kms Leinster-Leonora 

Day Eight: 125kms Leonora- Laverton

Day Nine to Eleven are spent with children completing the mentoring program and excursions with local elders

COST

$2490 includes ride entry, accommodation, food, and training

We have two day and part-ride options available for those not wanting to do the entire event

A deposit of $500 can reserve your place for the 2022 edition of The Chamber of Minerals & Energy WA Perth to Laverton Cycling Classic

Register using the form below.

Fundraising- through a series of collective event sharing we hope to raise a combined total of $62,000 toward the Laverton mentoring program and Laverton cycling program.

Each rider will assist in raising this total.

As a supporter you too, can play a part in creating opportunities for this community. You can participate in events directly associated with the project or make donations through the Australian Sports Foundation for private tax deductibility.

Partnership Options

We have the support of a great many socially minded corporations such as The Chamber of Minerals & Energy Western Australia, SMEC, AngloGold Ashanti, Rinnai Australia, Cashmanagement, and more.

If you would like to support indigenous health, community well-being, youth development & connect with these like-minded companies please contact us for more information here.

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