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Registration for the 2024 Ride to Give is $1,375 per rider. Your registration fee includes all meals, accommodation and rider kit. Registration fees also include the provision of all logistics, safety and medical support. All riders are required to register on the link below and pay your registration fee to complete the registration process.


To secure your place, you will able to enter your credit card details to make payment at the end of this registration form


The ride is a great physical challenge and we ask our riders to not only go the distance to raise awareness, but to also raise vital funds. The minimum fundraising commitment for the 2024 Ride to Give is $3,000 per rider. We’ll help you along the way with fundraising resources and support.


This event will be sanctioned by and insured through AusCycling. A condition of the event insurance and sanctioning is that all participants have valid AusCycling membership for the duration of the 2024 Ride to Give event. Monthly membership starts at $9 and all participants must provide their AusCycling membership number prior to the event on 19 May 2024.


Our past riders can log into your existing account below, or if you’re new this year, you can sign up below to create an account. For any help registering please reach out to Bec on or 0402 611 458.

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.