Ride for Good 2017

Ride for Good is an exciting new community fundraising event taking place on the New Zealand Cycle Trail over Easter 2017.

About the event

Ride for Good is an exciting new off road cycling event, taking place on the New Zealand Cycle Trail and taking in some of the greatest views and scenery that you will experience anywhere in the world. Starting on Easter Sunday 2017, riders will cover over 500kms by cycling six trails across New Zealand in seven days from Thames to Queenstown.

Riders will also be fundraising for Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand (LBC). Donations received will be invested in new support services for patients and their families battling with blood cancers and related conditions in the Waikato Region.

To make a donation to the event, please click the button below which will take you to the team fundraising page. You can also view and search a full list of participants here.

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Event Stages & Sponsors

Each leg of Ride for Good has generously been sponsored by the following businesses:

Leg One: Hauraki Rail Trail – Sponsor: Good Neighbour

Leg Two: Waikato River Trail – Sponsor: Pan Media

Leg Three: The Timber Trail – Sponsor: Fleet Line Markers

Leg Four: Queen Charlotte Track – Sponsor: Studholme Hotel

Leg Five: Otago Central Rail Trail – Sponsor: Pub on Wharf

Leg Six: Queenstown Trail – Sponsor: PGG Wrightson

Vehicle sponsor: Ruakura Fleet Management

Additional sponsors: Winger Hamilton, Good George, Powerade, Cycle Time, Scott Sound & Lighting, DKSH, Concept Plastering, Highlands Exceptional Experiences, Top 10 Holiday Parks: Hanmer Springs, Queenstown and Cromwell

Explore these trails and more on the New Zealand Cycle Trail website.



We’d love to hear from you! To find out more about the event please contact Rachel Gales at reception@winger.co.nz or phone 07 838 1249.

Check out the Ride for Good Facebook page for news and updates as we gear up for an exciting event in 2017.

LBC is dedicated to supporting patients and their families living with blood cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma and related blood conditions. LBC receives no government funding. We rely on donations and fundraising events such as Ride for Good to enable us to continue to provide our services at no charge. For more information about our services, please contact us.

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