Video – Why the SuperCycle team need your help…

We are proud to launch our first SuperCycle SuperClip! Please take a few minutes to watch the video below – it demonstrates just how much your support, whether its as a rider, sponsor, volunteer or donor, will make a difference to the lives of rural South Australian cancer sufferers… Rabobank SuperCycle 2013 – Video – […]

Training Rides – Rabobank SuperCycle 2013

Cycling over 1000kms in seven days is no mean feat – it’s a challenge and as a 2013 SuperCyclist we want to help you reach a good level of fitness prior to the Rabobank SuperCycle 2013 event. As such, we have scheduled numerous Training Rides which all riders (7-Day & 1-Day) are invited and encouraged […]

Rabobank Returns as Naming Sponsor

We are thrilled to announce the first sponsor of SuperCycle 2013. One of Australasia’s largest rural lenders, Rabobank, have for the second year shown their kind support for SuperCycle signing on as the major Naming Rights Sponsor. Rabobank is a global leader in its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives and their continued support […]

SuperCycle is back with a Super Cause to match!

We are ecstatic with the success of our inaugural SuperCycle event earlier this year and now we have our sights set on making the 2013 challenge bigger and better. The race is on for us to put even more committed cycling buffs on their bikes for the next week-long challenge with the date set for […]

A Rider’s Perspective – Jon Holbrook

Most of the stories that you hear from people who undertake rides like SuperCycle is that there is a personal connection with the cause. My story is no different. Like so many others, my life has been touched by cancer and I want to be able to make a contribution that helps in the fight […]

Charity for 2013 – The Hospital Research Foundation

Supercycle is pleased to announce that the charity for 2013 will be The Hospital Research Foundation. To quote their website: “The Hospital Research Foundation supports world-leading medical research in South Australia conducted at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) and the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI) to improve the health of our community. […]

We’re Back

Two months after completing SuperCycle 2012, and raising over $185,000 for Flinders Lodge accommodation for regional cancer sufferers, we are back in the planning for SuperCycle 2013. We have been interviewing possible charities, talking to sponsors, looking into PR, as well as creating a new website. We will soon get into looking for riders, so […]