San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
23rd - 29th October
Night Rider Category - Up to 3 Nights on the road for the VIC 2016 Milk Run!
Join us on our "Milk Run" as we ride to all the heartlands of dairy country in support of our Dairy Farmers, putting the spotlight mental health awareness.
As a fun part of our ride we are asking all riders to get involved with the spirit of this ride by wearing a friesian cow onesie (easily available on eBay). Not only will this make us stand out on the highways but it will also attract a lot of media attention. Obviously dressing as a cow is not obligatory, but we would love to see you joining in the fun.
Registrations close on 5pm EST 23rd September 2016 or when all places are filled.
Your Registration for the Black Dog Ride - VIC 2016 as a Night Rider includes:
- Participation to the fully organised Ride for three nights during the dates of from 23rd - 29th October
- Back up of a fully equipped Support Vehicle and trailer
- Commemorative Black Dog Ride cloth patch and stickers
- Fee includes credit card payment processing fee and Eventbrite service fee ($3.59)
For all ride itineraries and ride coordinator contacts, please visit the main VIC 2016 webpage on the Black Dog Ride website here.
Organising community fundraising and awareness activities is a rewarding way for schools, clubs, community groups and individuals to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention and support the vital suicide prevention work of Black Dog Ride. Start your ride fundraising here.
Share the Ride
Use the Black Dog Ride Facebook Page and #blackdogride hashtags on Twitter and Instagram to connect with fellow riders. Flyers are available on the main NT 2016 webpage. Official Media Releases will soon be available on the Black Dog Ride Media Centre.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please read the State Ride FAQs before contacting your Coordinator or Black Dog Ride. The most commonly asked rider questions are answered there.
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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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