• Rideforfuel 2018

    Giant Slayer

    9th - 14th December 2018

6 days | 930km | 16700m alt gain | 6 HC climbs

One goal: fuel

For the 5th edition of the Ride for Fuel, we’re heading to one of Australia’s most picturesque and challenging cycling locations, the Victorian Alps. With a route designed to minimise filler and maximise thriller, we take on 6 of Australia’s top 30 HC climbs and at the end of the day we get to kick our feet up in top-notch accommodation in the beautiful towns of Bright and Falls Creek.
While slaying giants isn’t for the faint-hearted, with three routes to choose from this years Ride for Fuel should suit most avid cyclist. Time to lock in your leave and get training!

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Day 1: Wodonga - Bright

Day 1: Wodonga - Bright

A Route: 150km 2200m C Route: 109km 1275m

Day 2: Bright - Falls Creek

Day 2: Bright - Falls Creek

A Route: 123km 2450m C Route: 65km 2265m

Day 3: Falls Creek Rtn

Day 3: Falls Creek Rtn

A Route: 163km 3510m C Route: 82km 1777m

Day 4: Falls Creek - Bright

Day 4: Falls Creek - Bright

Route: 184km 2965m

Day 5: Bright Rtn

Day 5: Bright Rtn

A Route: 134km 2730m C Route: 106km 2170m

Day 6: Bright - Wodonga

Day 6: Bright - Wodonga

A Route: 108km 1840m C Route: 100km 1520m

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We climb the hills and descend the valleys

so they don't have to

It’s hard to imagine the crippling fear that comes with an emergency in a remote community. Seeing a loved one become dangerously sick, or undergo a severe trauma, and knowing that a hospital is a day’s walk away, is not something we’ll probably ever experience. But for many of the communities that MAF serves, this is a regular occurrence.

The MAF plane turns a day’s walk through harsh jungle into just minutes,
saving thousands of lives every year.


Meet Elizita.

Just 23 year’s old, Elizita was expeciting her first child – in fact, she was expecting twins! But late in the pregnancy, serious complications arose.

She lives in a very remote village called Suai in Timor-Leste. For her to get to the hospital would have taken 9 hours. She simpy would not have survived. 

An MAF plane and the fuel in it saved Elizita and her two precious girls.

That is why these cyclists are doing this ride. They’re raising money so that we can hear more stories just like this.

Every $50 raised through Rideforfuel puts us in the air for 20 minutes. Enough time to save a life.

Ride with us

Ride with us

Find out what it takes to come for the ride. The Expression of Interest form is waiting for you.

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