No other ride is more community-focused, heartfelt or inspirational than the MACA Cancer 200.
Entering its 8th year with a new name but the same commitment to ridding the world of cancer, the ride is life changing.
Over 1000 riders will line up to take on the personal challenge of riding 200km in two days to fight cancer and support medical research at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth.
Unlike other rides, the MACA Cancer 200, is not a race. It’s an emotional, challenging, personal event where new people start as strangers and end as a family. All ages, sizes and fitness levels are welcome and everyone is considered a champion just for participating.
Look out for the flagged bike riders. They are riders as cancer survivors or patients. We ride for them and with them.
Together, we ride to do something bigger than we could achieve alone, to strengthen our minds and bodies and to provide hope to people living with cancer.