Riding high for charity

Pedal power was the order of the day when the San Cyclists took on the Bobbin Head Cycle Classic on March 24. 

The charity ride includes a choice of four rides of distances between 27km and 104km through scenic Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and Bobbin Head in Sydney. The event raises funds for Lifeline, a charity that provides 24-hour crisis support and suicide prevention services.

Overall, the Sydney Adventist Hospital team raised more than $6000 for Lifeline, with $4000 being raised by San store supervisor Selda Deniz.

For some of the team, it was their first attempt at such a long distance. 

“As a first-time BOBBO rider it was great to get amongst it and achieve my riding goal, despite the MANY hills sent to test me out,” said GP liaison Mitch Hill. 

Adventist HealthCare CEO Brett Goods said he is very proud of the San Cyclists team for their exceptional efforts.

“On the whole it was a fantastic day and I am already looking forward to seeing what we can achieve in 2025,” Mr Goods said.