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Every custom bike and piece of equipment changes a life and we rely on kind, considerate, active people to help raise the funds we need to build them. You can get involved by joining us for one of the events below or even holding your own fundraising event like a barbeque, cake sale or morning tea. For more information about how you can make a difference please contact Miranda Unicomb, Development Officer, on (02) 9912 3406 or email 

Spring Cycle

Sunday 14th October 2018

Spring Cycle is a great day for families and serious cyclists alike. It is non-competitive and has long and short distances to choose from. In 2017, star Freedom Wheeler Mitch rode 16km to support other kids with disabilities just like him. You can help kids like Mitch too!

Register for Spring Cycle this year here.

Chain Reaction 2019

The ultimate corporate bike challenge is an exclusive, 1000km over 6 days ride which provides a tough physical challenge along with networking opportunities. Riders tend to be Senior Executives with a passion for riding and helping children.

You can only imagine how happy mums and dads feel when they watch their child ride away free on their very first bike.

Children with disabilities deserve a first bike too.

Become a Freedom Wheeler today!

Grafton to Inverell Cycle Challenge

Saturday May 2019

Freedom Wheels has been selected as the charity of choice for the Grafton to Inverell Cycle challenge. The event is known as Australia’s toughest one-day road race. Challenge yourself to make a difference by becoming a Freedom Wheeler on the 2019 ride – details coming soon.

The 2018 Sun Herald City2Surf

Sunday  August 2019

Each year kind, considerate, active people take on Heartbreak Hill to give a child with a disability their very first bike. Stay tuned for the 2019 details!

TAD acknowledges the traditional owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging.