Saturday, 23 February 2019

Do you have a question about the event?

You can enter online – it’s the quickest and easiest way!

To view all of the pricing for the 2019 MSWA Albany Ride please click here

Yes, but on the day registration fees are higher and you will need to be at the registration table at least 45 minutes prior to your start time at the latest so that you can complete an entry form and we can allocate you a ride/bib number. The best way to enter is prior to the event, online.

All rides start and finish at Emu Point.

That depends on your fitness and experience levels. More experienced and fit riders may be able to complete the course in an hour; others may take 4 hours. Remember the aim is to enjoy yourself, so don’t worry about speeding to the finish line, and take time to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way.

Please aim to arrive half an hour before your Ride is scheduled to start. This will allow you time to collect your ride bib, warm-up and make your way to the start-line for your ride.

We suggest that you take only what you need for the ride – water, rain jacket, and a small amount of food. However, if you bring extra items, you can utilise the cloaking facilities at one of the MSWA marquees. All care will be taken but we accept no responsibility for lost or damaged items.

We will have lots of volunteers and staff working along the route, as well as first aid personnel, who will be ready and happy to provide help to anyone who may feel ill or experience other difficulties. We recommend that you have your bike serviced before the ride and carry a puncture repair kit and pump. If your bike breaks down, turn your bike upside down and wait for one of our support vehicles, which will be clearly marked with MSWA signage.

We have done everything possible to make the course safe. If you follow basic road safety rules, drink plenty of fluids and follow instructions from route marshals, you’ll have a safe and enjoyable ride.

We understand that some parents may feel their children can ride these challenges comfortably and safely, however, we have to consider the impact this may have on safety in general. There are some important reasons why there age restircitions on the courses;

  • They are challenging rides and some children will not be able to complete the course.
  • The number of riders can be overwhelming for younger riders. Younger riders are often inexperienced, less confident, and are not used to riding in large groups.
  • When tired they may ride in an unpredictable manner which may cause accidents placing themselves, other riders and motorists at risk. Tag-along bikes do not overcome these issues and are not allowed for safety reasons.

Do you have a question about fundraising?

You are making a valuable difference to someone’s life. Funds raised through MSWA Albany Ride help MSWA to support people living with MS and all neurological conditions in the Great Southern region.

Every dollar raised goes to MSWA. MSWA provides services, support and care to the thousands of Western Australians living with MS and all neurological conditions. Things that are important to people during their journey, like physiotherapy, occupational therapy, counseling and funding for research into finding the cause, better treatments and a cure for MS and all neurological conditions.

You can enter monies that you collect as offline donations through your fundraising page. If you’re unsure, or you need help, please contact the MSWA Albany Ride Team on (08) 6454 3131 or email us and we’ll talk you through it.

Yes, you can! Please call the MSWA Albany Ride Team on (08) 6454 3131 or email us and we’ll be happy to provide you with one – or more. We can also provide you with collection tins, stickers and balloons to help you with your fundraising!

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