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Ride, support and help fight prostate, testicular, bladder, penile and kidney cancer.

The Below the Belt Pedalthon returns for its 6th year, ready for you to take on the ultimate team challenge.

Ride with us on Tuesday 10 September 2019 at Sydney Motorsport Park in the fight against below the belt cancer.

The Sydney Pedalthon is a cycling event for all riders – the keen cyclist, the novice and those looking for a new sporting challenge. Teams of up to 6 take on the task of riding as many laps as possible within 3 hours with a sprint challenge for the speed demons in the final hour. Riders can be on the track for as many or as few laps as wanted – testing both teamwork and strategy.

The Pedalthon was founded to promote awareness of these common but ‘less glamorous’ below the belt cancers and provide ANZUP Cancer Trials Group with the critical funds to improve the lives of more than 27,000 people diagnosed in Australia every year.

Every cent raised by the Pedalthon goes directly towards clinical trials research, which means straight into the hands of experts committed to treating prostate, bladder, kidney, penile and testicular cancer better.

We need your help to fund more trials.

• Individual pit lane garage for your team available for the day
• Access to mechanic, masseuse, food, coffee, refreshments, fruit and treats
• Charity contribution
• Awards for the champions and other categories
• Post ride lunch with awards ceremony
• Complimentary 2019 Pedalthon jersey
• Plenty of entertainment and fun! 

ANZUP Cancer Trials Group Ltd

ANZUP performs non-industry-sponsored clinical trials in genitourinary tract cancers (prostate, kidney, bladder, penile & testis). These cancers are common and you or someone you love have probably been touched by one of them. Better treatments are needed but resources to support these trials are scarce. Your donation, large or small, will go directly to support trials to improve outcomes for people with these cancers.

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