Club has $100,000 fundraising target for May event

Lou Marchesani, Isa Rapley, Brian Hancock, David Motta and Ian Rapley on the multi-person cycle.
Lou Marchesani, Isa Rapley, Brian Hancock, David Motta and Ian Rapley on the multi-person cycle.

Teams will have the option of walking, running or riding three distances, with a shorter 50km challenge from Bakers Hill and a 22km challenge from Chidlow.

Club treasurer Brian Hancock said it had supported MSWA for three years, and hoped to set a record in fundraising for 2015.

‘We’ve learnt a lot about MS over the last couple of years and we believe that it’s a worthy charity to support; there’s no cure at this stage so there’s lots of research needed to find the cause and fund the cure,’ Mr Hancock said.

Rotary have organised firefighters and the Police Club Rugby team to ride a multi-person cycle, nicknamed ‘The Beast’, around Chidlow in a time trial this Saturday, March 28.

To donate to the challenge visit rotaryteamchallenge.org.au