Thank you so, so much to everyone – our fantastic Riders and all the friends and family who supported them – for making Ride to Fight Cancer such a special event. You’re all awesome!


riders taking part


raised so far



Read all about it!

Check out our Ride to Fight Cancer blog, with news and updates from the frontline – including a selection of inspiring stories from some of our participants.

> Read RIDE Daily

“I’m getting on my bike this March – along with hundreds of others – to help accelerate cancer research here at Peter Mac. Read some of our heroes’ inspiring and courageous stories and please consider sponsoring someone who took part. Together, we really can make a difference for people affected by cancer.”

– Sarah Flanagan, Community and Events Fundraising Manager

Sarah Flanagan


Ride to Fight Cancer is a virtual cycling challenge. Participants choose how far they think they can cycle in 10 days and ask friends and family to sponsor them.

When & where?

The event took place between 23 March and 1 April 2023. Why not sponsor someone today and help play your part in accelerating cancer research?


To raise much-needed funds for vital research and additional equipment at Peter Mac.

Sarah Flanagan

A big cheer for all our fantastic fundraisers! Thank you so much for everything you’ve done to help give people with cancer the best chance of a cure.



The difference
you’ll make

Over 10 years ago, at age 24, Zach was diagnosed with a rare head and neck cancer. Following successful surgery and treatment, he thought he was cured. But devastatingly, late in 2020 Zach found out that his cancer had returned and metastasised to his lungs. By then, it was stage 4.

His was a cancer so rare that research simply hadn’t found a proven way to treat it. But Zach refused to give up. He came to Peter Mac and got involved in some innovative new drug treatments. He is currently responding well.

Your support for Ride to Fight Cancer will help fund important research like this and accelerate the search for new cures to give hope to all people affected by cancer.

Any questions?

You might find the answer on our FAQs page – but if not, or if you’d prefer to chat to someone, please get in touch with us. We’ll be happy to help!