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Ride for Sick Kids Victoria

Help support us in RMHC® Ride for Sick Kids Victoria

When a child is diagnosed with a serious illness, it can have a devastating impact on families. As well as the uncertainty and fear, there’s added stress for families who don’t live close to the medical care their child needs.

In March 2020 the RMHC® Ride for Sick Kids Victoria will see a team of more than 40 riders cycle 300kms across Victoria with the aim to raise $250,000 to help keep families close to their seriously ill child. The Ride for Sick Kids team will take on the iconic Great Ocean Road, cycle through Geelong, the Otway Ranges region and finish in Melbourne. While the riders will be hurting physically on the ride, it’s all for a great cause – to help keep our doors open to families when they need us the most.

Join us in spreading the word about RMHC® Ride for Sick Kids Victoria by sharing with your friends, family and colleagues - every donation both large and small ensures RMHC® can support more families.

Thank you for your generosity!

Thank you to our Sponsors


Richmond + Ross Services Pty Ltd

Well done


Billings Long


Carelli Constructions


Pro Tec Plumbing

Well done buddy and good luck


Cal Jensen


Paul Ricketson


Steven Mccluney


Andrew And Kimberley Moffa

Good work - wish you all the best!


J Sadler Investments


Rachael Gibbs

amazing work babe! x


Justin Walker

Inspirational effort to ride that far for someone your age. Keep collecting tickets at the back of the train and hold that red lantern high.


Channon Refrigeration

Best of luck Trent


Trent Battye


Crosier Scott Architects

All the very best for your upcoming RMHC Ride for Sick Kids Victoria. Such a wonderful cause. Thank you !!


Anita Neville


Jane Gibbs

I hope you reach your target Trent. Have a good ride, Jane


Tim Harrington

Don’t be a bitch


Belinda Randazzo


Peter Battye


David Yong

Good luck and all the best


Laura And Jason Folino

Well done mate.


Sue Battye

Go Trent travel safely xx


Angus Bradley

Great work Trent!