The Kings Men "Ride Different 2016"

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Friday the 11th of November marks the commencement of The Kings Men cycle race team’s Ride Different cycling event, to commemorate the 20th year since the Port Arthur tragedy, and raise funds and awareness of the Alannah & Madeline foundations work to keep children in safe environments free from violence.

Off the back of the raging success of the inaugural event last year, the Kings Men are excited to reprise their amazing effort to support the foundation. Arriving in Hobart on Friday, The Kings Men have an epic 250 km cycle ahead of them, culminating in a final climb up Mt Wellington. 

Donate here to support the Kings Men’s efforts to support the work of the Alannah & Madeline foundation. 

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