August 20 - Sept 10 2022
HURRY REGISTRATIONS CLOSE MIDNIGHT (AEST) THURSDAY 18th AUGUST
FUNDRAISE AND WIN!
Hope Cycle entrants who raise $390 or more, will automatically go into the draw to win the ULTIMATE UPGRADE to their indoor training set-up, valued at over $1,500 (AUD).
One lucky fundraiser will win;
- 1 x 50inch Smart TV
- 1 x Jetblack TV Stand
- 1 x Apple TV (4k 64gb)
- 1 x FulGaz Floor Mat
For full competition terms and conditions please click here
Raised so far
2022 Hope Cycle, Tour of Australia presented by Lifeline.
All proceeds from entry fees go direct to Lifeline Australia
After raising more than $180,000 in 2021, the Hope Cycle, Tour of Australia is back!
The Hope Cycle, Tour of Australia, has been designed to unite riders and donors from around the world, by cycling through every state and territory in Australia from the comfort of their own homes. Known for some of the best cycling in the world, riders will tackle 15 stages including some of Australia's most iconic cycling destinations. Including everything from Sydney Harbour, Falls Creek, Port Douglas and the Great Ocean Road plus sections from the 2022 UCI Road World Championships in Wollongong.
You can tackle the challenge solo or in a team of up to 4 riders, riding in 'relay'. It's not about who wins, but crossing the finish line and having fun, whilst raising much needed funds for Lifeline Australia.
The Hope Cycle - One life-saving ride
$39 (+GST) entry fee per rider (Solo or Team Member)
All proceeds from entry fees, will go directly to Lifeline Australia
Find out more about the iconic Australian destinations you will be visiting on our tour route. Remember you can tackle all 15 stages solo or get a team of up to 4 mates together to cross the finish line together
You'll need to get your hands on some indoor cycling equipment to participate in this challenge, starting with your own bike and stationary trainer. For a full list on everything you need to travel Australia (virtually, at least) head to our 'Equipment' page.
About Lifeline Australia
Lifeline is Australia’s largest suicide prevention service, with a vision of an Australia free of suicide. The Lifeline network spans the nation with 41 centres in metropolitan, rural and remote areas. There are over 10,000 volunteers and 1,000 employees working to ensure that no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone.
Lifeline aims to deliver digital services to Australian people in crisis, wherever they might be and in the mode in which they are most comfortable accessing support. Each year, Lifeline receives almost 1 million contacts from people in crisis.
If you, or someone you know is in need of support, please contact Lifeline.
Lifeline service details:
Telephone: 13 11 14 (24/7 hours)
Text: 0477 13 11 14 (24/7)
Chat online: www.lifeline.org.au (24/7)
Why they exist
Lifeline exists to ensure that no person in Australia has to face their darkest moments alone. Our experience has shown us that it is through connection that we can find hope. We are available 24 hours a day to listen, without judgement to any person in Australia who is feeling overwhelmed, experiencing crisis or longs to be heard.