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RSPCA Ruff Riders Charity Ride 2017 - March 18

Bike enthusiasts and social riders are invited to join the RSPCA on Saturday 18th March 2017 for a 300km+ ride through picturesque south-east Queensland, to help put the brakes on animal cruelty!

The 6th annual Ruff Riders Charity Ride will start at the RSPCA Qld Brisbane Animal Care Campus at Wacol, travel to a variety of locations throughout South-East Queensland before heading back to the pet cheer squad at Wacol in the afternoon. 

RSPCA Ambassador and V8 Supercar Champion Craig Lowndes will once again be leading the ride.

The Ride Registration is $49 (plus booking fees) per person for the ride, which helps cover the costs of putting on the event.

There's a $250 fundraising target per bike (rider and pillion will have a joined fundraising target) with all funds going directly to RSPCA animals in need. 

You will receive lots of tips and hints to help you reach your fundraising goal and there are plenty of prizes to be won! They will help you set up your online fundraising page too.

If you’d like to be a part of this incredible event in 2017 and join the ride that saves lives, simply click here to register

Jess Feakes with Tessa and Olive, getting ready for the RSPCA's Ruff Riders Ride

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