Riding over rivers and dirt for children

Africa 1000 twin.

Africa 1000 twin.

Cowra resident Alan Lindsay will be taking to the track and has registered for the Rivers & Red Dirt Ride which is being held from April 29 to May 6, 2017. The Rivers & Red Dirt Ride which will take place over eight days and cover approximately 3000km.

Alan will be supporting the Steven Walter Children's Cancer Foundation (SWCCF), which has a vision of 100% survival for all children. He said he began supporting the SWCCF after attending the Foundation’s Snowy Road for the past ten years. 

“We thought it would be a good idea so my mates and I joined up,” Alan said. 

“It’s a great cause to support.” 

SWCCF is committed to fundraising partnerships offering financial support for vital research so that every child with cancer can be guaranteed a future and an improved quality of life. Steven Walter died after an eight year battle with cancer at age 19. 

He requested that money be raised for research and support of children with cancer, "so that one day no other kid will have to go through what I've been through."

Alan said he hoped to raise $3000 towards the cause however has smashed his target. 

“So far I’ve raised $3500 and with the bike raise another $4800 so hopefully over $8000,” he said. 

If you would like to support Alan’s fundraising for the Rivers & Red Dirt Ride, visit https://riversandreddirtride.everydayhero.com/au/rivers-red-dirt-ride

Part of Alan’s fundraising will also include a raffle for a Honda Africa 1000 twin Adventure motorcycle, thanks to Cowra Motorcycles.  

​Contact Alan for ticket details on 0419 619 761. 

The Africa 1000 twin is on display at Cowra Motorcycles.