Fri 30 Oct—Tue 3 Nov 2020

CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

Join Knights Of Suburbia and Love Me Love You as we take the sixth annual Ride With Me national, online, and maybe even global!

HOW LONG? HOW FAR? WHO WITH?

THIS YEAR IT'S UP TO YOU

Depending on where you are in the world, you might be able to roll far and deep with your crew; you might be restricted to your suburb with one other buddy; or locked down in your house with your trainer and your screen.

Whatever your situation–get creative and make it fun. What makes Ride With Me special is the challenge and camaraderie–so whatever you choose, push yourself, and share your experience.

Knights Of Suburbia and Love Me Love You prize packs will be awarded for most creative route, most kms, most vertical metres climbed, most funds raised and most awareness raised.

Register today to get your kit on time

To be a part of Ride With Me there is a fundraising minimum target of $250 per person.

Registration to the event includes a limited edition event jersey and Never Alone Swag Bag (RRP $230) to be worn during the event.

To ensure you receive your event jersey and Never Alone Swag Bag before the event, register ASAP. Delivery of apparel after the registration date may be delayed, so get in quick!

ABOUT RIDE WITH ME

No one travels their journey alone.

The motto of Knights Of Suburbia and Love Me Love You is ‘Never Alone’ – and this year, although we can’t ride together, it’s more important than ever that we stay strong, connected and support each other.

Ride With Me was started six years ago by a group of mates to raise funds and awareness for mental health and suicide prevention. Why?

  • There are 8 suicides in Australia every day. (1)
  • Suicide is the leading cause of death for Australians between 15 and 44 (2)
  • 1 in 4 Australians live with a mental illness. (3)
  • 3 in 5 people with mental illness don’t seek help. (3)

The shared mission of Love Me Love You and Knights Of Suburbia is to stop the stigma and start conversations to save lives and change the culture around mental health and wellbeing.

Learn more about the work of Love Me Love You at www.lovemeloveyou.org.au

 

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