Spin for Cancer 2016 Wrap Up

18 May Spin for Cancer 2016 Wrap Up

SolarisCare’s newest event, the Spin for Cancer was a great success. Now in its second year the event was held at Brookfield Place from midday Thursday, April 21st to midday on Friday, April 22nd 2016

Teams and individuals took part in the 24-hour spin bike challenge raising vital awareness and $9,267 in funds for the SolarisCare Foundation.

It was fantastic to see such solidarity, support and strength displayed by all participants throughout the event.

Almost everyone in the world is affected by cancer in one way or another throughout their lifetime, and raising money for SolarisCare is a great way to help those affected by the disease.

Each rotation on the bikes made a significant difference to cancer patients and their families across the state. The funds raised will provide patients with access to safe, quality support services to assist with the emotional and physical challenges of cancer.

“The Spin for Cancer is not only a great way for people to make a real difference in the community; it’s also a fun way to create a great team building experience  where businesses and groups get together in a philanthropic corporate environment ” says SolarisCare CEO David Edwards.

The day included spin trainers providing formal spin sessions, massage therapists and reflexologist to aid the weary riders, and prizes were given to the teams and individual who rode the most kilometres.

SolarisCare Foundation collaborated with Goodlife Health Clubs, Brookfield Place, PAV Complete Events and Platform Communications to bring this event to the Perth community.
Some statistics from the event:

  • 16 teams (9 x 24 hr. teams, 1 x 12 hr. team and 6 x 6 hr. teams)
  • 186 cyclists
  • 264 hrs. cycled
  • 6358.10 total kms cycled
  • 135 litres of water
  • 46 Massages provided

Photos from the event can be viewed online via https://flic.kr/s/aHskz4nBSS

Results

Congratulations to Brierty, Kingsway Roos and Deloitte for cycling the most kilometres in their category and Luke Mitchell who cycled the most kilometres as an individual participant.

 

TEAM HRS. KMS. TEAM HRS. KMS.
Brierty 24 1085.4 Kingsway Roos NC 12 426.9
SolarisCare 1 24 695.5 Deloitte 6 303.1
SolarisCare 2 24 695.2 Sodexo 6 263.3
PAV Complete Event Solutions 24 588.5 Gaden Lawyers 6 244.4
Just Keep Spinning 24 544 Brookfield 1 6 231.9
Creative Marquees 24 502.1 Platform Communications 2 6 113.8
Go Fast 24 335.8 Platform Communications 1 6 94.5
Goodlife Health Clubs 24 134      
Central City Health 24 99.7      

 

Thank you again to everyone involved in making this year a great success and we look forward seeing you again for some more cycling next year!

Click here to register your interest for the 2017 Spin for Cancer