2023 Tasmania Police Charity Trust Bike Ride 27 November

The annual Tasmania Police Charity Trust Bike Ride will travel through Central Tasmania this week, raising money for Muscular Dystrophy Tas and HeartKids Tas.

Constable Richard Douglas from Burnie Police said, “The annual Tasmania Police Charity Trust Bike Ride is held over three days in late November or early December each year since 2007.”

“Since the inaugural ride so far we have raised over $800,000 for various charities and organisations across Tasmania.”

“The ride is made up of police officers and members of the public, coming together to raise funds for worthy causes.”

“This year’s ride will take place between Thursday 30 November and Saturday 2 December 2023 and will have about 80 participants.”

“The cyclists will be riding on various country roads in the vicinity of Poatina, Deloraine, Miena, Sheffield and Cradle Mountain over the three days.”

The ride is fully supported with lead and tail vehicles to advise the public of the event, and it is anticipated there will be little impact on the public and minimal traffic delays, but the public are asked to be aware of the increased number of cyclists on the roads during the events duration.

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