The fourth annual Tour de Cure will depart from Sydney on Friday, May 7 to embark on its latest marathon adventure to the Sunshine Coast. The bike ride, which has already raised more than $2 million, raises much-needed funds for Australian cancer projects.
A team of more than 90 everyday Australian men and women will cycle 400 kilometres over 10 gruelling days with an aim of raising a further $1 million for cancer prevention, support and research.
You can send off the Tour de Cure in style when they leave from Martin Place on the morning of May 7. The team will cycle through New South Wales and into Queensland, stopping in the Hunter Valley, Tamworth, Armidale, Glen Innes, Grafton, Byron Bay, Surfers Paradise and Brisbane before finishing in Mooloolaba on May 16.

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