The Hawaiian Ride for Youth is one of Australia’s premier charity events. Held annually over 4.5 days, riders travel from Albany or Geraldton to Perth covering over 700kms to raise money for Youth Focus. While cycling through towns in WA’s South-West, Great Southern, Wheatbelt and Mid West the riders visit high schools to engage and inform students on issues of youth suicide, depression and self-harm, and the services that Youth Focus provides. Find out more about the ride »
John Willcock College in Geraldton has been announced as the first school that Hawaiian Ride for Youth riders will visit on the
Over the next six months, under the guidance of Peter Trench and the coaching team, 180 riders will participate in training.
Over the nine years as a rider and captain, David has raised much money in the only way he knows how – Ride week fines.
Andrew White is the second Hall of Fame inductee for 2017.