Murray to Moyne

Congratulations to the 2018 team for raising $52,000 as part of their ride!

'Murray to Moyne' is a cycle event like now other. Cycling in relay fashion over a 520 km course, the team experiences the beauty of Victoria in the most unique way possible.

Held annually in April, the relay course goes from Echuca to Port Fairy and the Children’s Cancer Foundation has entered a team every year for the past 21 years to raise money for child cancer research and we are looking for passionate individuals to join us. The 2018 ‘Cytotoxic Cyclists’ team consisted of 20 cyclists and 10 support crew. The team is made up of staff, patients and families from The Royal Children’s Hospital and Monash Children’s Hospital, plus their friends. 

Itinerary - 2019 Event: 

Friday 5 April Depart Melbourne in the late afternoon to arrive in Echuca for a night's rest before setting off on the trail in the morning.
Saturday 6 April Ride approx. 418 km in relay fashion to Hamilton
Sunday 7 April Ride Hamilton to Port Fairy (approx. 102 km), prize giving and celebration, then rest your legs as we drive back to Melbourne. 

Team Member Roles:

  • Cyclists should be prepared to ride one or more 30 km spurt over the course of the weekend 
  • Support Crew travel by car caring for the team, logging distance travelled, preparing meals and loading bikes on and off the bike trailer
  • Drivers have our team's safety at heart. We need a certified bus driver as well as people with clean drivers licenses for cars and vans.


Every team member is encouraged to raise funds toward the team total through our website ($1,000 is generally an achievable target). Sharing your fundraising page on social media is a quick and easy way for your friends and family to donate. If you want to hold a social event such as a workplace morning tea, we can create a poster for you and any donations received can be added on to your fundraising total.  

Register your interest in the 2019 event today or for further information contact Maria on 03 7001 1450 or by email.

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"It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them" - Ernest Hemingway