San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
20th MARCH 2016
The Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer is an iconic nationwide motorcycle event to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention.
Since April 2010, Black Dog Ride has organised one day rides to amplify national awareness of depression and suicide prevention in communities right across Australia. Thousands of Australians have joined us on Black Dog Ride 1 Dayers, collectively revving their engines to raise conversations about mental health nationwide. The Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer has raised over $530,000 for mental health services in just 5 years. Register to ride today!
BYRON BAY NSW 1 DAYER 2016
8:00am - Check in, breakfast and coffee at Cavanbah Centre, Byron Bay
10:00am - Ride Departs
11:30am - Refreshments at Alstonville
1:00pm - Finish Ride with a Lions lunch at Rocky Creek Dam
INFO: Registering early helps Black Dog Ride with safety, catering, and merchandise, and we would like to reward riders who help us. By registering before 10th March 2016, you go in the national raffle draw! This raffle will be drawn on Sunday 20th March. For more information, please browse the Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer webpage here. Registrations are available on the day, however they will be $30 per rider and $15 per pillion.
FUNDRAISING: Lifeline Lismore is the beneficiary of donations for the Byron Bay NSW Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer. These funds help to build the capacity of their vital suicide prevention programs in the local region. Talk to your Ride Coordinator about how you can help raise funds. Thank you for helping Black Dog Ride support local mental health services!
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Black Dog Ride
Black Dog Ride began in 2009 as one man's ride to raise awareness of depression, developing into national suicide prevention charity involving thousands of Australian motorcycle riders who've raised over $2,200,000 for mental health services, fostering mental health awareness around the country.
Join us as we ride for awareness.
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