Posted on Sunday, 5th of October 2014
01 NOVEMBER, 2014
The Snowy Ride is a annual motorcycle event located in the alpine region of NSW. This year marks the 14th birthday of the event, which has raised over $3 million for the Steven Walter Foundation.
The Steven Walter Foundation is a non-profit organisation that started following the passing of 19 year old Steven Walter after an eight year battle with cancer. The Foundation is involved in raising money for research into childhood cancer and the side effects of cancer treatment associated with children.
Motorbike riders of all ages from all parts of the country make, the trip around the 400km Snowy’s circuit visiting Adaminaby, Dalgety, Berridale, Jindabyne, Cooma, Bombala, Khancoban, Charlotte Pass and Thredbo.
The Snowy Ride event culminates in a big party and presentation in Thredbo’s Village Square.
To register and find out more information visit the Snowy Ride website.
When: Saturday 1 November
Cost: Registration Fee
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