To assist your training for the Ride, our Ride partner Entoure have prepared training plans for each of the pelotons.

Please download your training plan on the links below:

Training Plan P1


Training Plan P 2 & 3



Ride to Give is a peloton supported ride, held on public roads. Riders will be placed into graded pelotons (groups) and be required to ride safely at an agreed average speed throughout the duration of each day.

Each peloton will ride at a collective pace, so it’s imperative everyone participating in the Ride reaches an agreed base level of fitness so they can ride safely with others. We recommend you download and read Entoure’s handy Group Riding Guide for further information on road and peloton safety, as well as their Guide to Bunch Riding.

Group Riding Guide


Bunch Riding Guide


The base level for this ride is 25km an hour and peloton average speeds will range from the base level of 25km an hour up to 30km an hour and above. All riders must understand that a certain level of training and experience is required. It’s important for everyone to work on stamina and endurance and that starts with simply getting on the bike.

Every training kilometre makes a difference and every training session will help riders achieve their goals.We suggest riders follow a training plan that works best for them. Identify the areas you need to work on and to focus on those areas as much as you can.

Remember the main goal of training is to:

  1. Ride your bike 
  2. Understand where you're at and where you need to be 
  3. Have a plan that delivers the outcome you need 
  4. Execute it 
  5. Have fun 

If you have any questions on how to train for the ride, please reach out to Kent from Entoure on


There is a Watsapp group set up for the social training rides, to communicate around meet-up points and times and any changes.

You can join the group by clicking the link below on your mobile device:

Please contact our Events Manager Rebecca on 0402 611 458 or if you need any assistance accessing the schedule or joining the group on Whatsapp.

At FDC, we have been in business for over three decades. And while we’ve certainly grown, we’ve never lost sight of what matters most. People.

We’re continually inspired by our relationships, partnerships and collaborations. We’re a family business, powered by connection, working together for a better world. We pledge to help numerous causes that have made a personal impact to our people, families, partners or clients. To us, giving back to the wider community is not only our corporate social responsibility, but a hugely satisfying pursuit that has a positive impact on our employees and beyond. From fundraising events to sponsorships, we’re dedicated to leaving a legacy we can all be proud of.


In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This year we ride across the land of the Wiradjuri, Ngunnawal, Tarlo, Burra Burra, Wollondilly, Pajong, Parramarragoo and Cookmal peoples. We acknowledge and respect these living cultures and their peoples, as the traditional custodians of the land on which we ride and pay tribute to the unique role that they have played and continue to play in the region.