Brett Todd

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I'm Fundraising for Boys to the Bush

I have just signed up to do something a little crazy. On 19th May 2024, I’ll be setting off from Young to cycle over 475km in 3 days to raise much needed funds to support country kids. 

I want to help make a difference, so I’m going the distance and have committed to personally fundraising a minimum of $3,000 to support the incredible work of Boys to the BushThank you to Wilkhahn for supporting me in this adventure.

You can help me to help these lads by making a donation via this page and by helping to spread the word by sharing my page.

With your help, we can ensure improved wellbeing, development, and futures for our community’s most vulnerable youth.

Every dollar of your donation – no matter how large or small - adds up to truly make a difference for these kids and goes directly towards improving the lives of disengaged and vulnerable boys in regional communities who need it most.

Thank you so much for your generosity and support.

My Achievements

Fundraising page

Updated Profile Pic

Added a Blog Post

Received 5 Donations

Reached Goal

Increased Target

My Updates

I found sunshine

Monday 13th May
Had to go to Brisbane, but found Sunshine to ride in.


Wednesday 10th Apr
Growing up I raced push bikes. The discipline of living a life to race at a high level gave me the foundation and values that have helped me to achieve in life. Not every child has the opportunity or coaches in life to help them navigate the world. Boys to the Bush gives kids the tools and coaches to take the challenges of life and turn them into opportunity. I am dusting off the lycra and riding 475km in 3 days. Join me in making a difference to kids lives. 

Thank you to my Sponsors


Petra Meier

A very important project - and a great achievement to receive support for it.



Amazing Brett 👏🏼


Irena Bakulic


Shkk & Sak & Ck

Ride like the winddddd !! 🙌🏻


David Fallone

"Pedal with purpose, ride with resolve. Every kilometer you conquer is a testament to your compassion and commitment. Let the wheels of your bicycle turn the wheels of change."


Yvonne Brett’s Mum

You are my favourite son


Marc Von Briel


Blair Coventry

Shake n bake!!!


Glen Todd

Strong Douglas Wakahuru fashion vibes there bro! Great cause, enjoy the ride


Kate Reid

Hats off to you Brett for taking on this challenge and raising awareness for this incredible charity. You are a legend and an inspiration!



Good luck, Brett! I think it's so cool that you are doing this.


Katherine Rosales Rosan

Looking great Brett! Truly inspiring and rewarding experience for you. You got this!


Cynthia Cassinelli

Go get em Brett!!


Steve Mclaughlin

Good work Goose! 😉


Laurence Morgan Pty Ltd

Good luck Pudy


Peter Calaitzopoulos


John Kandis

All the best Brett, hope the ride goes well mate.


Lynn, Barry, Maddie And Ella

Great Cause!


The Nicolinis

May the wind always be at your back, Dunedin Dasher!


Millie Wu

You are such an inspirational person! Go Brett!


Trent Cusack

You go boy!



Amazing cause!! Smash the race!


Ian Wiseman

Well Done and good luck


Cathy Mcgrath

Good Luck with the big ride!


Wenny Yusuf

Go, Brett, go! What a great reason to ride!!!


Andrew Spanswick - Pelle Leathers

All the very best of luck in the ride. Such a worthy cause that will make a huge difference to vulnerable boys' lives.


Tim Slessor

Good luck and make sure you have lots of cream!!


Alisa Moss



Stephanie Prenzlau

Go Brett, so proud that you are doing this ride!!!


Susie Goodhew

Great cause👍



Good luck Brett, enjoy the ride. Great Cause. Glad to see you're looking healthy and happy.


Fiona Hines

What a super star boss! Hi Brett!🎉🙌🏻


John + Danielle

Go get em Brett 🚴‍♂️



Great work Brett!


The Calvers


Jen & Pep

Great cause Bretto! May the wind be at your back (but not strong enough to blow you off) Pedal on, champion!




Todd Coulthard

Love your work mate! Good luck with it all, look forward to hearing all about it!


Brett Todd

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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.