AGF partners with FulGaz for the 2022 FulGaz French Tour

30 Nov 1999

The Amy Gillett Foundation is thrilled to announce our partnership with FulGaz, as the official charity partner for their 2022 French Tour.  A 21-stage virtual cycling challenge held annually at the same time as the Tour de France.

"Our partnership with FulGaz means that Amy Gillett Foundation supporters can enjoy cycling the world virtually. We are proud to be the official charity partner of FulGaz’s 2022 French Tour. The support we’re receiving from FulGaz is valuable for AGF to continue our cycling safety work to make our roads safer for every Australian"
- AGF CEO Dan Kneipp

The partnership with FulGaz will see 100% of all donations from the event go towards many up and coming projects, with the event aiming to raise much needed funds to help continue our important work to improve bike riding conditions for riders on Australian roads. 

“FulGaz is a team of avid riders and the Foundation's work is super important to help improve conditions for all riders. We are proud that FulGaz is able to do it’s part to help them advance road safety in Australia.”
- FulGaz founder Mike Clucas

FulGaz, just like the Amy Gillett Foundation, are passionate about riding. They have built realistic recreations of many rides and combine real world terrain with cutting edge coaching knowledge to help you achieve your goals.

Entries for the 2022 French Tour will open in April, in the meantime supporters of the Amy Gillett Foundation, including past participants of their Gran Fondo event, can take advantage of an extended 30-day free trial with FulGaz. The FulGaz library is growing daily with over 1,300 rides from around the world, including plenty from Australia.