WHAT IS Ride4Rescue 4 PEAKS?
4 Peaks is an on road bike ride based in the beautiful Victorian town of Bright.
Cycle approx 300 km's in 3 days through some of the most beautiful breathtaking scenery while climbing the alpine Mountains of Falls creek, Mt Hotham, and Mt Buffallo.
Open to anyone who has a spirit of adventure with a good level of fitness and has a sound knowledge and experience of road riding - not for the faint hearted!
Come for some of the Australia's best Snowy Mountain High Country whilst staying in the luxury haven of holiday homes set in the beautifully landscaped surrounds of Bright.
Enjoy the tasty home cooked meals prepared by Karen our chief.
Date - 30th September - 4th October 2021
$580 - Registration Fee which includes:
Food from Thursday dinner to Monday breakfast
Accommodation (4 nights) https://ourplaceatbright.com.au
Team cycle jersey (worth $90)
Support vehicles behind each team
Photos - a link emailed after the event
$1000 per person as minimum fundraising direct to project
Join our online platform to fundraise.
Maximum 20 riders. 10 per charity.
Things to do once you register:
Have a read of the Terms and Conditions
Deposit registration fee into Ride4Rescue bank account (receive these details on registration)
Send you Online Fundraising Platform to family and friends
Download and complete the Sample Parent Consent Form for students under 18 years of age and email back to
Begin training! Download this document for a training schedule
What to Bring:
Helmet (Australian design approved
Insurance-personal -We recommend BicyclesNSW - A must
Cycling Knicks and Jersey
Cycling shoes & socks
Leg and arm warmers
Thermal/warm gear for cold nights & riding
Hydration drinks and extra snacks (optional)
Small puncture kit, 2 spare tubes & pump or CO2 head, space blanket
Front and rear lights
3 changes of clothes and comfortable shoes/thongs
Small toiletry bag
Mobile phone charger
Personal medications, it is advisable to carry a doctor’s letter for any script medication
Australian Medicare card
Private health details
Australian Driver’s license
Bike Chain oil