FUN and safety are emerging as themes for the second Beats Cycle For Hope event in Portland on Sunday.
“It looks like the winds will be very light and the temperature mild, perfect for a good ride,” organiser Neil O’Donnell said.
“It would be great if we got even more than the 450 riders who took part last time.”
Riding from Portland Football Netball Cricket Club to CapeBridgewater, cyclists will gather at 9am for a 10am start.
The event supports research, with money raised remaining in the local community to support families and individuals affected by cancer.
The free event is organised by the Rotary Club of Portland and has been inspired by the memory of Portland athlete Paul Beattie, who battled lung cancer for seven years.
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