MS Sydney to the Gong Bike Ride
Celebrating its 33rd year, the MS Sydney to the Gong bike ride is one of the most respected and spectacular one day community cycling events in Australia. Thousands of cyclists will once again converge on the scenic Sydney to Wollongong route to raise AUD4.5 million for people living with multiple sclerosis, a devastating neurological condition which affects more than 23,000 Australians.
Cyclists can choose to ride either the long 90 kilometre course from Sydney Park, St Peters or a shorter 58 kilometre course from Engadine. Either way all riders will experience the spectacular scenery through the Royal National Park, Sea Cliff Bridge and the coast road to Wollongong.
Rider numbers are capped at 10,000 entries and fill up quickly, so they encourage people to register as soon as possible.
To sign up to ride, volunteer or donate, visit the website.