Ride to Conquer Cancer – 2012 & 2013

corp32 DAYS. 200 KILOMETRES. 1 EPIC RIDE.

August 18-19, 2012. Riding throughout Queensland’s scenic countryside in two days. Sure, it sounds like a lot — and it’s meant to be. But make no mistake, this event isn’t just for athletes or cycling enthusiasts.

Collected funds from The Ride fund 36 cancer research projects at QIMR, including Professor David Whiteman’s QSKIN study, and Dr Stuart MacGregor’s study on response to chemotherapy in ovarian cancer – supporting groundbreaking, critical cancer research being undertaken at the Queensland Institute of Medical Research [QIMR].

Make a donation to The Ride to Conquer Cancer, on behalf of The 2012 Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting Queensland Institute of Medical Research. All donations over $2 are tax deductible, and are non-refundable and non-transferable.

 

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