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The annual participation and charity rides conducted by the Amy Gillett Foundation enable us to promote safety campaigns to the wider bike riding community and provide a vital opportunity for donors and fundraisers to support to our work financially.

The Amy Gillett Foundation organise a number of different rides across Australia:

  • Amy’s Share the Road Tour captures the essence of the Amy Gillett Foundation’s vision with bike riders out on the roads sharing the message of road safety.
  • Amy’s Gran Fondo event in Lorne, Victoria, is the first event of its kind and scale anywhere in Australia attracting thousands of bike riders from around the country and internationally to enjoy riding the fully-closed Great Ocean Road.
  • Amy’s rides have become a regular event for many recreational bike riders attracting wide participation from children to older adults and includes Amy’s Ride South Australia and Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride.
Share the Road Tour

Share the Road Tour

Amy's Share the Road Tour provides participants with a once-in-a-lifetime experience to ride alongside current and former cycling professionals in an exclusive six-day event.
Amy’s Gran Fondo

Amy’s Gran Fondo

Amy’s Gran Fondo is Australia’s most scenic cycling event. Catering to cyclists of all abilities, the event is held on fully closed roads in one of the most picturesque destinations on the planet – the Great Ocean Road. Held in Lorne, Victoria the event includes a weekend of family-friendly activities that makes Amy’s Gran Fondo not just an event, but an experience.
Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride

Amy’s Big Canberra Bike Ride

Amy's Big Canberra Bike Ride provides a safe, enjoyable day for the bike riding community with entertainment and activities running in the Event Village where family and friends can relax as they wait for their rider to cross the finish line.
Amy’s Ride SA

Amy’s Ride SA

Amy's Ride SA honours the memory of Amy Gillett, a South Australian elite cyclist who was tragically killed when hit by a motorist while training with the six member National Road Cycling Team in Germany.
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