The ride, known as the Women’s 300, set off from Byron Bay on 6 October. Forming part of the Chain Reaction corporate bike riding challenge, the three-day event takes cyclists north over the Queensland border, through the Gold Coast and on to the finish line in Brisbane.
Tolerro has proudly come on board as a corporate partner of Chain Reaction, which aims to make a real difference in the lives of sick children.
CEO and Managing Director, Anomi Bruynius, said supporting Chain Reaction was a great way to get the whole team involved and to demonstrate the company’s values.
“Through Tolerro I’m very conscious of the importance of giving back with purpose and supporting organisations which can make a meaningful and tangible difference in people’s lives.
Since starting in 2007, Chain Reaction has raised more than $21 million on behalf of its charity partners.
The bike riding challenge involves 1000+ km course which is completed in 7 days. Riders are senior executives with a passion for cycling who take part in scheduled events all around Australia.
You can click here to find out more about Chain Reaction and how you can also make an important contribution.