Ride comes to an end in Perth

The Ride Against Domestic Violence came to an end at Elizabeth Quay this afternoon with riders completing the 330km journey from Margaret River to Perth. The day began in Mandurah when the riders packed their bags for the last time…

Mandurah Lions Club host riders for dinner on eve of ride completion

The Mandurah Lions Club hosted the riders for dinner on the final night of the Ride Against Domestic Violence. The first course consisted of a delicious pumpkin soup and garlic bread, followed by a generous spread of chicken, chips, and coleslaw. Ice cream…

Riders arrive in Mandurah

The riders awoke to grey skies and wet roads this morning; however, the rain did not make an appearance until at least 20kms into the 110km journey from Bunbury to Mandurah. Fuelled by coffee and the beautiful greenery of the autumn…

The ride so far: Day 1

After receiving a warm welcome from the Margaret River Council on Thursday evening, the Ride Against Domestic Violence began on Friday morning with riders completing a 47km ride from Margaret River to Busselton. In Busselton, the riders attended a function…

Riders leave Bunbury, Mandurah bound

The riders had an early start this morning, rising to grey skies and wet roads following a night of steady rain. After a morning coffee at the Bunbury Farmers Market, they set off on the 110km ride from Bunbury to Mandurah….

Riders arrive in Bunbury

The riders commenced the second leg of the Ride Against Domestic Violence, a 53km ride from Busselton to Bunbury, shortly after noon on Friday. Despite encountering some strong headwinds along the way, they enjoyed sunshine, blue skies, and green fields…

Riders arrive to welcome in Busselton, leave for Bunbury

The riders arrived in Busselton at noon today to deliver a cheque to Tuart House (Communicare), a women’s refuge that aims to enhance the safety of both single women and women with children through crisis response via emergency accommodation, case management, advocacy, outreach and…

Ride Against Domestic Violence begins in Margaret River

The Ride Against Domestic Violence kicked off this morning with riders donning their riding gear and mounting their bikes to ride 45km from Margaret River to Busselton. Upon arriving in Busselton, the riders will present a cheque to Tuart House (Communicare),…

A great article by Pierra Willix for the Busselton Dunsborough Times: “Awareness ride to stop by Busselton”.

Riders leave for Margaret River

A number of riders participating in the Ride Against Domestic Violence left Parliament House in Perth this afternoon. The riders will arrive in Margaret River for a reception at the Margaret River Shire Chambers before preparing for the commencement of…