AGF Partners with AusCycling

The Amy Gillett Foundation is thrilled to announce that we are now a major charity partner of AusCycling!

AGF has collaborated successfully with AusCycling on many prior occasions, and we look forward to a long and constructive future working to create safer roads for all Australians.

“We are delighted to partner with AusCycling and look forward to working together to advocate for Safe Roads for Safe Cycling,” said Dan Kneipp, CEO of the AGF.

AusCycling is the National Sporting Organisation which facilitates, grows and develops all forms of cycling in Australia. Their vision includes making all forms of cycling accessible to everyone and strongly advocating for riders’ safety.

“We want all Australians to feel safe experiencing the freedom, joy and life-long benefits of riding a bike, so the partnership with the AGF is a natural and important one of AusCycling. Together we can achieve great things,” said Marne Fechner, CEO of AusCycling.

The Amy Gillett Foundation was created after the tragic death of Amy Gillett in 2005, this partnership means a lot to the Foundation. Amy was killed when she was hit by a car on a training ride with the Australian Women’s cycling team.

The Foundation knows that with our shared goals, AusCycling and AGF can work together productively to ensure all bike riders get home safely.

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