The Heart Research Institute’s inaugural World Heart Day - Ride for Research event is happening during September to help raise awareness and research funding for Australia’s biggest killer - cardiovascular disease.
Aussies of all cycling abilities – from casual weekend riders to cycling enthusiasts looking for their next challenge - are encouraged to register as individual riders or in teams to ride 40,075kms (the world’s circumference) in 29 days from September 1st.
The final leg of the Ride for Research event will take place on World Heart Day on Monday 29th September. Registered participants are invited to finish off their “ride around the world” on stationary bikes in Martin Place and join in the World Heart Day celebrations. Members of the public are also invited down to participate and jump on a bike. Entertainment in Martin Place will include open-air spin classes, ‘ride offs’ between celebrity ambassadors and local businesses, CPR demonstrations and plenty of prizes to be won.
Help make today’s research tomorrow’s cure and register for World Heart Day - Ride for Research today.
World Heart Day - Ride for Research Monday, 29 September Martin Place, NSW