Ride for Country Kids

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Giving hope to country kids, families and communities.

Each year, we head out on a three-day ride across regional NSW to help raise awareness and vital funds to give country kids the developmental and mental health services they need, but otherwise cannot access. So far, the Ride for Country Kids has raised over $3.2m for kids and their families and we’re not stopping there!

The Ride gets bigger and better every year and we welcome new individuals and teams to join the fun in 2023.

Are you ready to join us for the ride of a lifetime?

Get involved in 2023!

If you have any questions about our next Ride, or you’re interested in finding out about sponsorship opportunities, please fill out the form and one of our team will be in touch.

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Ride for Country Kids highlights

We ride to connect country kids with complex, undiagnosed developmental and mental health needs to the critical assessments, services and support they need to thrive.

Each Ride takes us into the country communities we serve, giving our riders the opportunity to hear stories, take in the views and experience a life away from the city. If you’re a keen cyclist, or a novice who’s ready for a challenge, we invite you to join us next year.

Contact us to find out more about the Ride for Country Kids 2023.

 

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Cycling is in my veins, and it’s great to be supporting Royal Far West to help kids in rural and remote areas, particularly when I get to saddle up and join a group of likeminded people, all of whom are keen to push themselves to support country kids.

Mark Renshaw
Ride for Country Kids AmbassadorRead more

Our Ride routes

We’ve travelled over 4,000km throughout NSW and visited some spectacular country towns over the last seven years. Each Ride for Country Kids sees new places, new faces and new experiences that bring riders back time and time again.

Here's where we’ve pedalled so far:
  • 2022: Tamworth to Glen Innes
  • 2021: Dubbo to Cobar
  • 2019: Albury to Lake Cargelligo
  • 2018: Lightning Ridge to Bourke
  • 2017: Wagga Wagga to Orange
  • 2016: Port Macquarie to Coffs Harbour
  • 2015: Moree to Tamworth
  • 2014: Dubbo to Wagga Wagga

Pedal power pays off

Meet the team: Richard Crookes Constructions

5 minutes with Mark Renshaw, Ride for Country Kids Ambassador