Sunday the 17th of February 2018 marked the first MSWA Ride to be held in Albany Western Australia.
This unique cycling event that took riders through the scenic town of Albany exploring some of the City's most iconic spots including the National ANZAC Centre, the Historic Whaling Station, the Wind Farm and Middleton Beach. Ride distances included the 10km Family Ride, 40km Ride and 80km Challenge.
The ride started and finished at picturesque Emu Point, which was transformed into a hive of festivity with food and beverage vendors, children's activities and music.
The event attracted cyclists of all skill levels from around Australia to participate in raising awareness and helping to raise vital funds for people living with MS and other neurological conditions in the Great Southern Region.
The event was generously sponsored by Southern Ports Authority.
The event was also supported by Passmore Cycles, Albany Physiotherapy, Emu Point Cafe, The Rapid Relief Team, MacDonalds Albany and Di Sinclair-Thomas Photography.
The event raised a massive $19310! Well done to the event organisers and volunteers this was a fabulous event. Its not too late to donate and lend your support to this important cause.
I hope you enjoy the sample of some of the images from the day. You can view all the images by clicking the link below.