Tour de Cure SA Discovery Tour
Discover South Australia and help us find a cure.
The inaugural 3 day SA Discovery tour will see us visiting the pristine wilderness of Kangaroo Island. With native bush land, wildlife and white beaches, we will cycle over 300kms in 3 days, experiencing the incredible landscapes, wildlife and warm communities.
A team of approximately 150 riders and support crew, made up of passionate supporters, corporate sponsors and community minded people will be supported by experienced Tour de Cure ride leaders, medics, mechanics and support crew.
Professor Arduino Mangoni and Dr Ashley Hopkins have been announced as grant recipients of this year’s Inaugural Tour de Cure SA Discovery Tour.
Funding will enable Prof Mangoni to test newly developed drugs in a bid to improve survival rates in patients with Triple Negative Breast Cancer – one of the most aggressive and fatal forms of breast cancer.
Meanwhile Dr Hopkins will carry out one of the world’s first research projects analysing the CancerLinQ Database to improve advanced breast and lung cancer treatments.
Tour de Cure South Australia Discovery Tour – 3 days
- Dates: 23 - 26 May 2019
- Where: The inaugural 3 day ride will see our team visit Kangaroo Island... known as ‘natures playground’. A sanctuary for wildlife and natural rugged beauty, mouth-watering food and wine, breathtaking scenery and a laid-back lifestyle.
- Details: 300 – 450km over 3 stages
To register your interest in this ride as either a rider or support crew please visit the Tour de Cure website here.
Alternatively, you can call us on 08 8204 5216 or email email@example.com
The Tour De Cure also offers a unique opportunity for corporate sponsorship. A partnership with Tour de Cure – helping to find a cure for cancer – will bring unique benefits for your organisation, customers and staff. To learn more about corporate partnership opportunities please contact us on 08 8204 5216 or email us.
For further information visit: tourdecure.com.au/tours/sa-discovery-tour/
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