CyclePower Fiji 2013
Combining cycling, travelling a making a difference, the CyclePower Challenge is a life changing experience for all involved!
After successful trips to Vietnam 2011 and Cambodia 2012, CyclePower will be heading to Fiji in 2013.
The challenge will see participants ride 500kms around the Fijian island of Viti Levu.
The trip will take place 6 - 16 June 2013, over the Queen's Birthday Long Weekend.
Participants are required to raise $4,500, supported by fundraising. This donation will help Victorians get active through sport and recreation activities.
Limited place available! Update - ONLY TWO SPOTS LEFT -
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Read about the CyclePower Team's adventures on the official blog.
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Contact Karla on (03) 9473 0133 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
See the trip notes online
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Challenge complete - CyclePower 2012
Cycle Power is an intrepid fundraising initiative, combining the challenge of long-distance cycling with a chance to make a tangible contribution to projects which give people with disability a fair go.
In 2012 the Cycle Power Team tackled the Cambodian countryside, 1st - 10th June, raising funds to help empower women with disability.
This unique cycling adventure, took participants 370km from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, Cambodia to build a pilot Women's Wheelchair Basketball program.
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Challenge complete - CyclePower Vietnam 2011
The inagural Cyle Power cycling challenge from from
Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam took place on 16th - 30th July 2011.
Our cyclists covered a staggering 540kms in eight
days, raising $80,000 for the initiative to date.
Cycle Power particpants donated 20 sports
wheelchairs to charity partner East Meets West Foundation to
facilitate a sport and recreation program for athletes with disability in the
province of Quang Tri called INSPIRE SPORTS.
Five Vietnamese athletes with disability from Quang
Tri participated in the event, cycling and travelling with the Australian
contingent for two days. Both the Cycle Power team and the Vietnamese athletes
visited the Village of Hope Orphange (home to 40 children with disability) to
host a Wheel Talk session with the children.
The ride was a perfect showcase of how involvement
in sports can be a powerful tool for connectedness and empowerment. John Anner, President East Meets West Foundation