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Camp Quality urge SA country cyclists to join Big Ride for Little Kids | The Murray Valley Standard

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A nationally recognised children’s cancer service is eager to draw on South Australia’s country cycling enthusiasts to support their inaugural ride event to raise vital funds.

Camp Quality’s Big Ride for Little Kids challenges cyclists to ride 50km, 100km or 150km between March 1 and 14 to help reach the $500,000 target set to assist kids who face cancer.

Importantly, Camp Quality’s services and programs assist children aged up to 15 years, dealing with their own cancer diagnosis, or the diagnosis of someone they love, like a brother, sister, mum or dad.

Their new fundraiser initiative is open to road cyclists, mountain bikers, spinners or those who enjoy leisurely bike rides at the weekend.

Any person in any part of SA is urged to get…



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