Event Itinerary

14/08/2017 – 1/10/2017
North America

The American cycling Dream: crossing the United States by bicycle. Many riders have cycled the United States from East to West or the other way around.

It is probably a bigger challenge to traverse the United States from North to South over the forest roads of the Rocky Mountains, following the Continental Divide. The divide of roughly 2,800 miles between Canada and Mexico splits the North American Continent in two. This is the trail of The Great Divide.



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Make your kilometres count and fundraise with us to support childhood cancer research. Raise $750 or more and receive a complimentary Kids’ Cancer Project cycling jersey!

Funds raised to date

Target: $1000
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do funds raised go?
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Right now, we are funding 15 world-class research projects. Some of these projects include developing new drugs tailored to an individual child’s condition so that we can reduce, if not avoid, harmful side effects and improve their treatment; scholarships to support the career development of the most promising childhood cancer researchers; and clinical trials for some of the hardest to treat kids’ cancer types. Click here for full details on the research projects we fund.
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Yes, we can provide you with a Fundraising Kit complete with ideas, tools and support materials to make your fundraising a great success. Simply create your fundraising page and we will be in touch soon after with all the tips and hints you need.
Who do I contact for more information?
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For more information, please contact Pip on 1800 651 158 or email to fundraising@tkcp.org.au

Looking for fundraising merchandise available?

Adult Unisex Cycling Jersey - Coolmax Polyester/ Spandex
Adult Unisex Cycling Jersey - Coolmax Poly...
$79.95 incl postage and handling
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