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Bis in the Community 03 June 2021

Team Bis is riding 200km to beat cancer!

Team Bis is ditching the hi-vis for lycra to raise money for the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research by taking part in the MACA Cancer 200 Ride for Research this October. 

The ride has been going for an incredible 10 years and was formally known as the Ride to Conquer Cancer. The beneficiary has always been the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research – a charity we admire for their dedication to finding answers for families living with cancer. Since 2019 the Perkins has taken over the management of the ride, ensuring maximum return to the researchers. They’ve changed the name so it better explains to people what it is – a two day, 200km round trip to raise funds for cancer research in Western Australia.

Headed up by team captain and Chief Development Officer at Bis, Todd Peate, our team currently comprises of 12 riders. Each rider that commits to this event does so knowing that they must raise at least $2,500 each to help stop cancer in its tracks, and as a company and team we are committed conquering this goal with a mix of corporate sponsorship, personal donations and fundraising efforts by our team.

We appreciate every dollar - which will go directly to the cause. We’d love your help in reaching our goal of raising $30,000. How you can help:

We believe in creating a better tomorrow for all, so naturally supporting the communities we operate in is important to us. Together, we can make a difference to cancer research.