Please help us Fundraise

This Blog will keep you all up to date with our biking activities to fundraise for young people with cancer. Many of you, just like we, have had some experience with cancer that leaves us often traumatised and feeling helpless. So, Patrick and I decided to dedicate our hobby of riding the mountain bikes to make a change for those in need. Together with Life Cycle WA, we will ride four days on the Munda Biddi, please find more info in my posts.

Please help us to raise as much as possible. Dig deep, but don’t forget even the smallest amount will make a change in the big picture.

Please donate here via EverydayHeros or directly to Life Cycle WA or contact me for more options (a Tax receipt will be issued).

Thank you so much

Patrick & Sabine

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And the sausages are sold …

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Here is the barbeque master of the day. Well done, for a long day, organising, selling, setting up and cleaning up. It was a huge success 😊

Please let me thank everyone who came and helped us, who came to eat some sausages and all those who could not make it but I know, and my messages and e-mails show that they thought of us wishing us luck and a good day. It is a great feeling to know that there are so many people behind us who support us in any way they can. We have had many likes and comments of encouragement over the last weeks and

We have had many likes and comments of encouragement over the last weeks, and I like to thank all these people in particular. You are not only supporting a very good cause, raising awareness and money for young people with cancer, but you are also helping me to teach a 12-Year-old the power of kindness, media and effort. It is amazing to see how Patrick has matured over the last weeks. His thinking pattern has changed in some ways from me, me, me, to what can I do for … However, I am sure this is not the last I see on the journey through teenage years, but it also grounds me with the knowledge that I can lead by example, and he will take it on board the attitudes and ways we live together. Don’t get me wrong; he is still the healthy 12-Year-old who drives me crazy in 5 min intervals, – especially with the bikes on the road -. I do need to speak to Suz to make every day a Yoga day, so special thanks to you for keeping me balanced 🙏 Namaste

Enjoy some photos of the day

The Day has come …

Friday 4th August 2017, at Bunnings in Mandurah

Please come and grab a sausage sizzle, spread the word and help us to get 500 sizzles sold. We are there for all your sizzle needs from 8 am to 4 pm or even longer if the queue is lining up in front of us 😅

Remember this is in favour of Life Cycle WA to raise money and awareness for young people with cancer.

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Another Special Training before School’s back

Here comes another special Off-Road training.

On Thursday, Patrick and I will be riding the Marrinuap Trail and the Turner Trail including the 10 km Munda Biddi between the two trails. This will be fun. We know the trails already so I was made to race it this time.

Let’s see how this will work out 😂

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First Serious Trainings Ride

Here we go, it starts getting serious now.
These school holidays are half way over. The weeks come and go and time flies, before we know it will be spring holidays and our 4 Days Ride on the Munda Biddi will be there so I guess we better get seriously started.

With the weather being forecast as clear and sunny for the weekend we have chosen to ride from our home to Rockingham Foreshore and back (50 km). Because this is the first ride we will start early and not concentrate on time as much as on perseverance. There will be some lunch up in Rockingham and because it is school holidays we will watch a movie before we head back home.

Challenge for this ride will be fighting the breeze on the way back 😉

Please donate here via EverydayHeros or directly to Life Cycle WA or contact me for more options.

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Riding from Pemberton to Walpole

Here is the challenge.

Patrick and I have enrolled us to participate in the 202 km ride from Pemberton to Walpole along the Munda Biddi Trail. We will be leaving on Saturday 29th September from Kelmscott Plaza to Pemberton by bus. From Pemberton onwards we will be riding the bikes over the next 4 days.

Day 1: Perth – Pemberton – Northcliffe; approximately 44 km
Day 2: Northcliffe – Fernhook Falls; approximately 70 km
Day 3: Fernbook Falls – Walpole; approximately 58 km
Day 4: Walpole – Tree Top Walk; approximately 30 km

Please follow our journey including training rides and fundraising events. I will post here regularly and share this Blog over social media to reach most of you.

I appreciate your help in any way. I know it is not always possible to help in the way we really want to, but please help me raise awareness and form the next generations mindset towards helping others. Please, every word of encouragement for Patrick (12) will go a long way helping him grow this mindset and take this challenge in strides.

Please donate here via EverydayHeros or directly to Life Cycle WA or contact me for more options ( a TAX receipt will be issued).

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