Excitement is building for the fifth annual Mailrun Charity Bike Ride on Sunday April 9. It is a unique bike ride that takes in some of the most picturesque country scenery that Singleton has to offer.
The organisers of the ride are pleased with the events growing success, particularly with a large number of cyclists coming from outside the region. Over 300 riders enjoyed the 2016 event and over $25,000 was raised for Singleton Family Support Service.
CHARITY RIDE: The Mailrun is a ride that has something for everyone.
The Mailrun Charity bike ride offers something special and is open to riders of all abilities who are aged 12 years or over.
The ride will start and finish at the Singleton Civic Centre in Civic Avenue. The 100km course riders will start their ride between 7am and 7:30am, 65km riders from 7:30 and 40km riders from 8am.
The 20km riders will begin from 8:30am. Entry fees range from $20 to $60 depending on your chosen course.
All entrants will receive a free lunch and drink at the finish area and free entry into the pool at the YMCA Gym and Swim.
Money raised from entry fees and sponsorship will go to Singleton Family Support Service, which exists to support families to make positive, independent decisions. It also seeks to help families provide a safe and nurturing environment for children to grow.
Major sponsors of the event this year are Quarry Mining, Thiess and J and S Engineering and Maintenance. Other valuable sponsorship and support is coming from Harness Master, Montgomery Homes, MTec, A C Whalan, Induspray, Sicada, Kevin Martin Signs, CREST NSW, Madcat Marketing, Singleton Council, YMCA, Balloon Aloft, Liebherr, Hunter Valley Golf, Missing Piece Media, Apex, Zemek, Bailey Real Estate, Dhuez Clothing, Stead Cycles and Cole Air.
Those interested can register on the Mailrun web page at 梧桐夜网themailrun.org or call 0422 374 252 for further information.
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